Refer to the exhibit. A network administrator has been given the task of creating a design for a temporary classroom building that is to be set up outside an overcrowded school. In testing the prototype, it is found that the student PC cannot ping the teacher PC. All the switch interfaces are active and connected properly, as is interface Fa0/0 of the router. Given that only the commands shown have bee added to the router configuration, what is the source of the problem?
- The IP settings on the student PC are incorrect.
- The default gateway on the teacher PC is misconfigured.
- The router Fa0/0 interface has not been configured as a VLAN trunk.
- The Fa0/0 physical interface has not been configured with an IP address and subnet mask.
- The administrator forgot to configure a routing protocol to allow the ping packets to reach the teacher PC subnet.
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