Which range of link-local addresses can be assigned to an IPv6-enabled interface?​

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Which range of link-local addresses can be assigned to an IPv6-enabled interface?​

  • FE80::/10
  • FDEE::/7​
  • FF00::/8​
  • FEC0::/10​
    Explanation:

    Link-local addresses are in the range of FE80::/10 to FEBF::/10. The original IPv6 specification defined site-local addresses and used the prefix range FEC0::/10, but these addresses were deprecated by the IETF in favor of unique local addresses. FDEE::/7 is a unique local address because it is in the range of FC00::/7 to FDFF::/7. IPv6 multicast addresses have the prefix FF00::/8.

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