What network prefix and prefix-length combination is used to create a default static route that will match any IPv6 destination?

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What network prefix and prefix-length combination is used to create a default static route that will match any IPv6 destination?

  • ::/128
  • ::/0
  • ::1/64
  • FFFF::/128
    Answers Explanation & Hints:

    A default static route configured for IPv6, is a network prefix of all zeros and a prefix mask of 0 which is expressed as ::/0.

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