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RIPv2 (Routing Information Protocol version 2) is a routing protocol that is used to exchange routing information between routers. It is an updated version of RIPv1 and supports several additional features such as support for VLSM (Variable Length Subnet Masking) and authentication.
To configure RIPv2, you can follow the steps below:
This command will enable the router to use the RIP protocol for routing.
<network_address> with the network address of the WAN interface.
This command will disable automatic summarization and allow RIPv2 to advertise network prefixes in their entirety.
key chain <chain-name> key <key-id>
<chain-name> with a name for the key chain and
<key-id> with a unique identifier for the key.
Then, you need to configure the authentication method by entering the following command:
authentication mode md5
This command will enable MD5 authentication for RIPv2 updates.
In summary, to configure RIPv2, you need to enable the protocol, connect it to the WAN interface, disable auto-summary, and enable authentication.