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Does RIP v2 by default support VLSM or not?

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Victor


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RIP V2 supports VLSM but will not support it by default, you have to
turn off auto-summarization.

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Not necessarily.

Two different concepts. They might or might not work together.







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Yes - that's the main point of RIP2.
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Re: RIP v2
So to take advantage of VLSM with RIP v2 one has to turn off
auto-summarization? So RIP v2 does not support VLSM by default?


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To enable VLSM RIP v2 passes the mask along with each route so that
the subnet is EXACTLY defined.

RIP v2 supports the use of classless routing in which different
subnets within the same network can use different subnet masks, or
VLSM.


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