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12) What are the last 64 bits of a IPv6 IP address called? How are these bits used?
The last 64 bits of a IPV6 IP address is called Interface ID. The last 64 bits of an IPv6 address are the interface identifier that is unique to the 64-bit prefix of the IPv6 address. [ The ways in which an interface identifier is determined are as follows: RFC 2373 states that all unicast addresses that use the prefixes 001 through 111 must also use a 64-bit interface identifier that is
derived from the Extended Unique Identifier (EUI)-64 address. RFC 3041 describes a randomly-generated interface identifier that changes over time to provide a level of anonymity. An interface identifier that is assigned during stateful address autoconfiguration (for example, through DHCPv6). DHCPv6 standards are currently being defined. The IPv6 protocol for the Windows Server 2003 family and Windows XP does not support stateful address configuration or DHCPv6. An interface identifier that is manually configured. ............. ]
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User: 12) What are the last 64 bits of a IPv6 IP address called? How are these bits used?

Weegy: The last 64 bits of a IPV6 IP address is called Interface ID. The last 64 bits of an IPv6 address are the interface identifier that is unique to the 64-bit prefix of the IPv6 address. [ The ways in which an interface identifier is determined are as follows: RFC 2373 states that all unicast addresses that use the prefixes 001 through 111 must also use a 64-bit interface identifier that is derived from the Extended Unique Identifier (EUI)-64 address. RFC 3041 describes a randomly-generated interface identifier that changes over time to provide a level of anonymity. An interface identifier that is assigned during stateful address autoconfiguration (for example, through DHCPv6). DHCPv6 standards are currently being defined. The IPv6 protocol for the Windows Server 2003 family and Windows XP does not support stateful address configuration or DHCPv6. An interface identifier that is manually configured. ............. ]
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User: 27) Which version of 802.11 technologies can use two antennas at both the access point and the network adapter?

Weegy: Versions 802.11b, 802.11g and 802.11n can use two antennas at a time. 802.11n is capable of using even 3 antennas. Antenna count increases range of the Wi-Fi network. [ ]
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User: 30)Would you expect WPS to be used when a wireless network is using strong security, weak security, or no security(as in a public hotspot)?

Weegy: You would expect WPS to be used when a wireless network is using strong security.
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Weegy: True. Polly is a character in "Neighbor Rosicky."
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User: Question 2. 2. "The Red Wheelbarrow" is a long, contemplative poem. (Points : 2)

Weegy: The Red Wheelbarrow" is a long, contemplative poem. This statement is false ;
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User: Question 3. 3. Tom enjoys his job at the warehouse. (Points : 2)

Weegy: False, Tom does not enjoy his warehouse job
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