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25 January, 02:48

What type of IPv6 address should you use when you have multiple routers on a subnet and want hosts to use the nearest router for packets that should be delivered to remote networks?

-Unicast

-Anycast

-Multicast

-Broadcast

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  1. 25 January, 04:13
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    Anycast

    Explanation:

    Anycast is linked with the BGP protocol which ensures that all of a router's neighbors are aware of the networks that can be reached through that router and the topographical distance to those networks. The main principle of anycast is that an IP address range is advertised in the BGP messages of multiple routers. As this propagates across the Internet, routers become aware of which of their neighbors provides the shortest topographical path to the advertised IP address.
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