Which statement describes IPv6 ULAs?
- They begin with the fe80::/10 prefix.
- They conserve IPv6 address space.
- They are not routable across the Internet.
- They are assigned by an ISP.
IPv6 ULAs are unique local addresses. ULAs are similar to IPv4 private IP addresses and are not routable on the Internet. ULAs do not conserve IPv6 addresses. ULAs have a network prefix in the fc00::/7 range.