What is a purpose of the network command when configuring RIPv2 as the routing protocol?
- It identifies the interfaces that belong to a specified network.
- It specifies the remote network that can now be reached.
- It immediately advertises the specified network to neighbor routers with a classful mask.
- It populates the routing table with the network entry.
Explanation: The network command is used to advertise the directly connected networks of a router. It enables RIP on the interfaces that belong to the specified network.
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