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Assessment Introduction - Module 6 Exam - CCNP: Building Multilayer Switched Networks (Version 5.

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1 Wireless systems can support VLANs via the use of which technology?
interleaving RF Channels

multiple SSIDs

802.1x

CSMA/CD

TDM

ISL

2 What is a program that ensures interoperability of third party wireless products with Cisco WLAN infrastructure products?
ACAU

ICAW

WiFi

CCX

IEEE

3 Which two statements are true about requirements for Layer 3 roaming within a wireless network? (Choose two.)
Lightweight access points and controllers are required to implement Layer 3 roaming.

Lightweight access points and controllers do not provide support for Layer 3 roaming.

The roaming clients are configured with a fixed IP address.

Routers tunnel traffic from a roaming client to their correct subnet.

Movement between access points is handled by the access points via the use of the Inter -Access Point Protocol.

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internal and VoWLAN wireless traffic streamlining management functionali ty security. scalability. What are two of the elements that work together in the Cisco Unified Wireless Design for an enterprise-class wireless solution? (Choose two. Refer to the exhibit. ease of deployment. reliability.) WLAN controllers that are integrated into all major Cisco switching and routing platforms individually managed access points that provide layers of security and guarantee that compromising one device will not allow access to the core infrastructure a single VLAN that securely handles guest. intranet. and management fo r all the wireless elements of the network static RF management that guarantees that the network will stay secure 5 How many channels are licensed for 802.11b operation by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI)? 9 11 13 15 6 .

8 What is a requirement when configuring an autonomous access point (AP) using the Cisco IOS command line via Telnet or Secure Shell Protocol (SSH)? enabling the Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) configuring an IP address on the access point (AP) configuring authentication between the wireless client and the access point (AP) using the CiscoWorks Wireless LAN Solution Engine (WLSE) 9 . The access point discovers the controller management IP address via DHCP. All FCC rules and all antennas are measured against a theoretical dipole antenna. The 2-dBi Rubber Duck dipole antenna for 2. Layer 3 mode of LWAPP is required in the configuration that is shown. Cisco connectorized 2.4 -GHz frequency band is an example of a directional antenna.) Accidentally connecting a 5 GHz antenna to a 2.11b/g) radios use an RP -TNC connector. Which two statements are true about LWAPP Layer 3 mode operation? (Choose two. The switch must provide an IP address to the access points. Cisco connectorized 5-GHz (802.4 GHz radio will damage the unit.4 GHz (802.) The router must be configured to forward UDP broadcasts from the access point to the controller.4 GHz (802.11a) radios use the same radio connector as 2. Directionality is the amount of increase in energy that an antenna appears to add to an RF signal. Layer 2 mode of LWAPP is required in the configuration that is shown. 7 Which two statements about WLAN antennas are true? (Choose two. Refer to the exhibit.11b/g) radios. DNS must be used for the access point to resolve the controller IP address.

The APs must be preconfigured with a static IP address or receive it via DHCP before they can communicate with the controller. the client will not be able to access the network because it has not yet authenticated with the AP. The client is connected to an 802. The client is using 802. The data is not being encrypted.11b AP.) Initial configuration communication between the APs and the controller is via broadcast messages. The client is connected through a basic service set (BSS).1x EAP. Which three statements are correct about communication between the lightweight APs and the wireless controller? (Choose three. The client is connected to an 802. Which two statements about the information in the exhibit are true? (Choose two.11a AP. . 10 Refer to the exhibit. Refer to the exhibit.) Although the signal strength is good.

11i 802. Access point AP1 is wired to the LAN. The router must be configured to forward broadcast messages from the AP to the controller.11s 13 What is a feature of the Cisco Compatible Extensions (CCX) program for wireless LAN client devices? WPA1 security open standard certified out-of-the-box compatibility low cost licensing of Cisco Aironet innovations alteration of the user licensing option to unlimited 14 Refer to the exhibit. Access point AP2 is not wired to the LAN. and authentication for WLANs? 802.11e 802. WLANs use CSMA/CA rather than CSMA/CD because WLANs operate at half -duplex. 12 Which IEEE standard specifies improved security. The APs must be preconfigured with static SSIDs before they can communicate with the controller. 11 What is true about the differences between wireless LANs (WLANs) and LANs? A VPN connection that uses IPsec is not possible with WLANs.11q 802. Of which wireless topology is this an example? access . There is a 50% overlap between access point AP1 and AP2. WLANs use CSMA/CD rather than CSMA/CA because WLANs operate at full -duplex. Data traffic between the AP and the controller is transmitted unencrypted.11n 802. Configuration information from the control ler to the AP is encrypted in UDP packets. WLANs use CSMA/CA rather than CSMA/CD because WLANs cannot detect collisions. encryption. WLANs use CSMA/CD rather than CSMA/CA because wireless LANs operate on multiple frequencies. WLANs do not use MAC addresses. Both access points are using channel 1.

because profiles are created and managed under the Current Status tab. workgroup mesh networking repeater wireless/voice hybrid wireless/QoS hybrid 15 How many profiles can be created and managed under the Profile Management tab in the Aironet Desktop Utility (ADU)? 4 8 16 32 None. .