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Two routers are both connected to the same Ethernet LAN and configured to use OSPFv2. What combination of settings would prevent the two routers from becoming OSPF neighbors?

▸ The interface IP addresses of both routers are on the same subnet.

▸ Both routers use the same Process ID.

▸ Both routers' interfaces use the same OSPF Dead interval.

▸ The routers are both using the same OSPF router ID.
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The routers are both using the same OSPF router ID.

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