Which two statements are true about using IPv4 and IPv6 simultaneously on a network segment?

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Which two statements are true about using IPv4 and IPv6 simultaneously on a network segment? (Choose
two.)
A. Hosts can be configured to receive both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses via DHCP.
B. Host configuration options for IPv4 can be either statically assigned or assigned via DHCP.Host configuration options for IPv6 can be statically assigned only.
C. IPv6 allows a host to create its own IPv6 address that will allow it to communicate to other devices on a network configured via DHCP. IPv4 does not provide a similar capability for hosts.
D. IPv4 and IPv6 addresses can be simultaneously assigned to a host but not to a router interface.
E. IPv6 provides for more host IP addresses but IPv4 provides for more network addresses.

Correct Answer: AC

Explanation:
Like DHCP in IPv4, IPv6 hosts can also be configured to acquire connectivity parameters from DHCPv6
servers. IPv4 clients use DHCP broadcasts to locate DHCP servers, and since broadcasts are extinct in IPv6,
clients use specialized multicasts to locate DHCPv6 servers. These multicasts use the reserved address
FF02::1:2. One notable difference between DHCP and DHCPv6 is that while DHCP can inform clients which
node to use as the default gateway, DHCPv6 does not do this.