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Q91. When using Cisco WCS version 7.0, which two features are available for the client troubleshooting tool when a Cisco Compatible Extensions v5 wireless client gets connected? (Choose two.) 

A. Request CleanAir reports from the client 

B. Send text messages to the client 

C. Aggregated Cisco ACS authentication client information 

D. Request the client to ping the DHCP-supplied IP gateway 

E. Display a summary of client event history 

Answer: B,D 


Q92. A wireless engineer has an access point using the 5.725-GHz channel in the United States. In which band is the AP operating? 

A. UNII-1 

B. UNII-2 

C. UNII-2 Extended 

D. UNII-3 

Answer:


Q93. Which Cisco program for WLAN client vendors helps to ensure that their devices are interoperable with Cisco WLAN infrastructure? 

A. CCX 

B. CCMP 

C. ASDM 

D. WLSE 

Answer:


Q94. Refer to the exhibit. 

Which menu gives you access to manage background tasks in Cisco WCS? 

A. None, because the General tab provides access to the management of background tasks 

B. Monitor 

C. Configure 

D. Services 

E. Administration 

F. Tools 

Answer:


Q95. An engineer wants to set up guest wireless that requires users to log in via a splash page prior to accessing the network. Which authentication method should be configured? 

A. LDAP 

B. RADIUS 

C. local authentication 

D. WebAuth 

E. PSK 

Answer:


Q96. Refer to the exhibit. 

Which action allows you to view a summary count by alarm types for the displayed total of 11 alarms? 

A. Choose Monitor > Alarms 

B. Click the Security tab 

C. Click a respective number in the Alarm Summary 

D. Click the Alarm Summary blue arrow 

E. Choose Home (house icon) > Alarm Summary 

Answer:


Q97. What is the difference between the IEEE, the WiFi Alliance, and the FCC, ETSI, and TELEC? 

A. The IEEE and FCC are responsible for the standards that apply to wireless networks. The WiFi Alliance, ETSI, and TELEC are the governmental agencies that regulate compliance with local standards. 

B. The IEEE is responsible for Layer 1 and Layer 2 protocols. The WiFi Alliance is responsible for interoperability testing. The FCC, ETSI, and TELEC are responsible for radio frequency and transmission power-level regulations and standards in the U.S., Europe, and Japan. 

C. The IEEE is responsible for Layer 1 and Layer 2 protocols. The FCC, ETSI, and TELEC are responsible for interoperability testing and compliance. The WiFi Alliance is responsible for radio frequency and transmission power-level regulations and standards on a global basis. 

D. The IEEE and FCC are responsible for the Layer 3 protocol support and frequency and power-level regulations in the United States. ETSI and TELEC are responsible for frequency and power-level regulations in Europe and Japan. The WiFi Alliance is responsible to interoperability testing. 

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Q98. The wireless network is using controller-based APs and version 7.0 MR1. The APs appear to be connected properly to the controllers. A wireless user near one of the APs reports that they are unable to connect to the network with their pre-shared key. 

Which option shows the GUI path where you can check the connection status of that client? 

A. WLANs > WLAN_ID > Advanced 

B. Security > Clients 

C. Security > Advanced > Clients 

D. Monitor > Clients 

E. Wireless > 802.11b/g/n > clients 

Answer:


Q99. What three components must be the same on a controller and the RADIUS server when adding a RADIUS server to a WLC? (Choose three.) 

A. Username 

B. Shared Secret 

C. Index Priority 

D. Port Number 

E. IP Address 

F. Network Mask 

Answer: B,D,E 


Q100. An engineer has been noticing the power settings on several of the office APs change from day to day ever since two more APs were installed. After logging into the WLC, the engineer verifies that the power levels on 4 of the 802.11n radios are fluctuating up and down. What is the reason for this? 

A. The controller has the APs in H-REAP mode and are on a Layer 2 connection instead of Layer 3. 

B. The RRM has revealed a bad survey and is attempting to power down some of the radios to make up for it. 

C. The WLC has created temporary coverage holes while stepping through power levels for some of the APs. 

D. Several APs have high levels of overlapping coverage in the same area and the WLC is using RRM to correct the cell sizes AP coverage. 

Answer: