NO 69 Ad Hoc Mode is an example of which wireless topology A EESS External

No 69 ad hoc mode is an example of which wireless

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QUESTION NO: 69 Ad Hoc Mode is an example of which wireless topology? A. EESS ?External Extended Service SetB. BSS ?Basic Service SetC. IBSS ?Independent Basic Service SetD. ESS ?Extended Service SetAnswer: C QUESTION NO: 70 Why is it important to read Release Notes when installing a wireless PC Card and its drivers? Enterasys 2B0-015 Exam
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QUESTION NO: 71 How can you tell whether or not you are in a secure web management session? QUESTION NO: 72 What are two ways you can make Telnet access to your R2s more secure? QUESTION NO: 73 Which of the following is necessary when using directional antennas? A. Visual line-of-sightB. Antenna height of at least 5 metersC. "Pass Any Exam. Any Time." - 30 Enterasys 2B0-015 Exam
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AP on either end must be set to auto-transmit D. Each AP must be configured for authentication Answer: A QUESTION NO: 74 Where would you look to find what MIBs are supported on the RoamAbout Access Points? QUESTION NO: 75 What group ensures the interoperability of wireless products across vendors? QUESTION NO: 76 Enterasys 2B0-015 Exam "Pass Any Exam. Any Time." - 31
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What does the RoamAbout employ, by default, to confirm successful frame delivery? QUESTION NO: 77 What does the # represent on the AP LEDs? A. Wireless LAN activityB. Unable to forward packetsC. Network congestionD. Wired LAN activityAnswer: D
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