After deploying a new router at a branch office, users are reporting they cannot access the corporate intranet hosted on the other side of their WAN connection. You decide to use
tracert from a user's workstation to troubleshoot the issue. The first few hops display appropriate response times, but the request times out when trying to reach the router's WAN interface at the branch office. What would be the MOST likely cause of this issue?
A misconfigured access list on the router is blocking ICMP packets.
The DNS settings at the user's workstation are incorrect.
There is network congestion at the branch office's Internet gateway.
The workstation's network interface card (NIC) drivers need to be updated.