As this is a homework question, I'm hoping for some guidance in the correct direction or a website. I was given an IPv6 address and I need to find the EUI portion of the address. And EUI is just the first 24 bits of a MAC address with the seventh bit flipped, followed by FFFE (16 bits), and the last 24 bits of the MAC address. Naturally, if you see FFFE in the address anywhere, it's an EUI address.
These are the IPv6 addresses:
The prefix is 2005:7D:4500:C::/64
FFFE isn't in either of them. Did I completly miss something regarding EUI addressing? I did reach out to the professor as it's an online course but I wanted to see if anyone here can identify if something is off with this or if I'm just compleltly missing something. I don't think 0000:0002:4A5C:E1C9 is a valid EUI.