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What best describes the destination IPv4 address that is used by multicasting?

  • a single IP multicast address that is used by all destinations in a group
  • an IP address that is unique for each destination in the group
  • a 48 bit address that is determined by the number of members in the multicast group
  • a group address that shares the last 23 bits with the source IPv4 address
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The destination multicast IPv4 address is a group address, which is a single IP multicast address within the Class D range.

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