A network administrator adds the default-information originate command to the configuration of a router that uses RIP as the routing protocol. What will result from adding this command?

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A network administrator adds the default-information originate command to the configuration of a router that uses RIP as the routing protocol. What will result from adding this command?

  • The router will only forward packets that originate on directly connected networks.
  • The router will propagate a static default route in its RIP updates, if one is present
  • The router will be reset to the default factory information
  • The router will not forward routing information that is learned from other routers

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