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Given an IPv6 network, assume a host using EUI‐64 addressing has a MAC address of 00:24:E8:3D:CA:35 and wishes to send a router solicitation to discover the routers on the network.
What would the source and destination addresses of this solicitation be?

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From the way how it is designed the router solicitation for IPv6, the destination address is represented by the IPv6 multicast address. This signifies to send the solicitation to all routers residing in the corresponding subnet. By default this address was set to FF02::2....
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