I'm studying 8th Module of BSCI curriculum(IPv6)
I'm confused by mistakes in the book concerning the seventh bit in an IPv6 interface identifier (Universal/Local and eight bit (Individual/Group).
I think that:
U/L set to 0, the address is locally administered
U/L set to 1, the address is universally administered
I/G set to 0, the address is an unicast address
I/G set to 1, the address is an multicast address
That is correct?