It’s time for your weekly UAG DirectAccess quiz! We’re getting close to the end of contest 1, so make sure you don’t miss a step for the next two weeks.
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)onMonday January 24th.
To the questions!
Question 1: Review the information in figure 1. (UAG1 is the UAG DirectAccess server and DC1 is on the intranet) Figure 1 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 B. The 6to4 relay router was moved off the UAG DirectAccess server C. The NAT64/DNS64 service was moved off the UAG DirectAccess server D. The ISATAP Router was moved off the UAG DirectAccess server ================================================ Question 2: Review the information in figure 2. (UAG1 is the UAG DirectAccess server and DC1 is on the intranet) (choose 1 answer) Figure 2 From the information provided to you in Figure 2, what is the most likely roll for the machine with the IP address 2002:836b:4:8000:0:5efe:10.0.0.20 ? A. ISATAP router B. Windows Server 2008 R2 IPv6 RRAS router C. IP-HTTPS relay D. Teredo relay ================================================Question 3: Review the information in figure 3. 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 B. CLIENT1 is on the Internet and has registered its IP-HTTPS address C. CLIENT1 is located behind a web proxy and has registered its 6to4 address D. CLIENT1 is located behind a NAT device and has registered its Teredo address
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!