DHCPv6 can obtain configuration parameters from a server through rapid two-way message exchange. Which two steps are involved in this process?

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DHCPv6 can obtain configuration parameters from a server through rapid two-way message exchange.
Which two steps are involved in this process? (Choose Two)
A. solicit
B. advertise
C. request
D. auth
E. reply

Correct Answer: AE

Explanation:
When a server has IPv6 addresses and other configuration information committed to a client, the client and
server may be able to complete the exchange using only two messages, instead of four messages as
described in the next section. In this case, the client sends a Solicit message to the All_DHCP_Relay_Agents_and_Servers requesting the assignment of addresses and other configuration
information.
The server that is willing to commit the assignment of addresses to the client immediately responds with a Reply message.