Your IPv6 prefix is 2001:ABC:123::/64, host portion must be made in EUI-64 format, mask on all interface must be /64, remaining bits of network address should be made of 3rd octet of IPv4 address of the interface.
IPv4 Address : 10.1.2.3
So wat is my valid IPv6 address for this question ?
the point here is to remember that each : indicate a 4 hex / 16 bits boundary so when they give you the base address IPv6 you still have 16 bits where one or even two bytes of the IPv4 address can fit.
The /64 shouldn't be passed if you want to support an EUI-64 host portion.
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