Last week’s quiz was definitely tricky and introduced some obscure or difficult to find information. This week I’m going to try something a little different.
Remember to send your entries before 11AM Central Standard Time (-0600 UTC) on Monday January 24th.
To the questions!
Review the information in figure 1. (UAG1 is the UAG DirectAccess server and DC1 is on the intranet)
From the information provided to you in Figure 1, which of the following answers is most likely? (choose 1 answer)
A. The Teredo server was moved off the UAG DirectAccess server
Review the information in figure 2. (UAG1 is the UAG DirectAccess server and DC1 is on the intranet) (choose 1 answer)
A. ISATAP router
Review the information in figure 3.
Why is the first “quartet” for CLIENT1 different than the other IPv6 addresses on the network? (choose one answer)
A. CLIENT1 is on a different ISATAP subnet
Let’s see if this more “practical” approach to the questions is a bit less tricky than the quiz we had last week. This quiz is a nice test of your basic IPv6 knowledge – so good luck and have fun!
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by 11AM Central Standard Time (-0600 UTC) on Monday January 24th.
Principal Knowledge Engineer, Microsoft DAIP iX/Forefront iX
UAG Direct Access/Anywhere Access Group (AAG)
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