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OSPFv2 supports IPv4, while OSPFv3 supports IPv6.

The server has a known IP address of 2::2/64

To be able to enable OSPFv3 on an interface, the interface must be enabled for IPv6. This occurs when the interface is configured with a global unicast IPv6 address.

Since there is no mention of IPv6 to IPv4 NAT, we must select the option to use IPv6 to connect to the server at Center (2::2/64).  This assumes that the command "ipv6 ospf 1 area 2" falls under IPv6 configruation but is still the best answer.
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