1. An administrator wants to implement AAA in an Aruba wireless environment that references two clearpass servers for redundancy. To use these servers, what the administrator create that will be referenced in the AAA profile? a. Server Group b. Server Load Balancing c. Clearpass Group d. Server Matching Rules Answer: A 2. Refer to the exhibit: What is true about the operation of the Aruba Mobility Controller (MC) shown in the exhibit?
3. Where would an administrator define the split-tunneling forwarding mode for a RAP located at a branch office? 4. Which two protocols does Airwave use to Monitor Aruba Mobility Controllers (MC)? 5. An administrator supports a RAP at a branch office. A user’s device that is attached to the Ethernet port is assigned an 802.1X AAA policy and is configured for tunneled node. How is the user’s traffic transmitted to the corporate office? a. It is not encapsulated by GRE but is protected with IPsec. b. It is not encapsulated by GRE and not protected with IPsec. c. It is encapsulated by GRE and not protected with IPsec. d. It is encapsulated by GRE and protected with IPsec. Answer: D 6. An administrator implements a per-port tunneled node configuration for an Aruba Mobility Controller (MC) that runs ArubaOS 8 x. The controller performs both MAC and 802.1X authentication. What must the administrator specify on the controller to allow for 802.1X authentication to succeed?
7. An administrator deploys an AP at a branch office. The branch office has a private WAN circuit that provides connectivity to a corporate office controller. An Ethernet port on the AP is connected to a network storage device that contains sensitive information. The administrator is concerned about sending traffic in clear-text across the private WAN circuit. What can the administrator do to prevent this problem? 8. A user cannot connect to the wireless network. The administrator logs into the AirWave Management Platform (AMP) and searches for the username of the
- Spring '18