This is driving me round in circles, finding it hard understanding the whole RIP concept.
The bit that confuses me is, you enable RIP2 on a router and you use the network command to list a classful network. Now if each router was also configured with the same config but with different classful networks, how come when viewing the debug ip rip results you see subnetted networks and not classful networks following the class a,b,c rules? I've just done the boson exam for the ICND1 and I set the exam topics to only provide router/routing protocols/router config/routing protocols trouble shooting questions and I scored 81% on 40 questions. The majority questions I scored incorrectly were regarding debug ip rip messages. Can anyone explain why in the debug ip results classless networks displayed?