You have created an IPv6 tunnel between two hosts. Which two statements are true about tunnelling? (Choose two.)
Tunnelled traffic is always encrypted.
Tunnelled traffic is always TCP or UDP in IPv6.
IPv6 Solaris tunnelling always involves an IP datagram encapsulating an IP datagram.
The IP header of the datagram that has encapsulated the tunnelled data contains the source address of the tunnel.
The tunnel source IP address is always the same as the source IP address in the IP header of the tunnelled (encapsulated) IP datagram.