Refer to the exhibit. What does the router do after it determines that a data packet from Network 1 should be forwarded to Network 2?
- It reassembles the frame with different MAC addresses than the original frame.
- It reassembles the data packet with different IP addresses than the original data packet.
- It reassembles both the packet and the frame with different destination IP and MAC addresses.
- It sends the frame with the same information as it was received.
Explanation: When a router receives a frame on an interface, it strips the header containing the source and destination MAC addresses from the frame. The router checks the routing table to determine the interface to use to send the packet to its destination. The packet is then encapsulated in a new frame, with different header information.