How can you condense consecutive sets of zeros in an IPv6 address?
- with the “:::” symbol
- by eliminating leading zeros
- by replacing four consecutive zeros with a single zero
- with the “::” symbol
The correct answer is D.
IPv6 addresses can be shortened by replacing a “bunch” of zeros, only once in an address, with the “::” symbol. This can be done only once because the address is expanded by determining how many bits are missing and putting zeros in their place.