What is the purpose of the network command when RIP is being configured as the routing protocol?
- It identifies the networks connected to the neighboring router.
- It restricts networks from being used for static routes.
- It identifies all of the destination networks that the router is allowed to install in its routing table.
- It identifies the directly connected networks that will be included in the RIP routing updates.
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