21. Where on the Mobility Master (MM) can an administrator configure the VIA connection profile? a. User Roles. b. L2 Authentication c. L3 Authentication d. AAA Profiles Answer: A
22. Refer to the exhibit: What can an administrator determine from this Aruba device output? 23. Refer to the exhibit: Based on the output shown in the exhibit for the selected Aruba AP. What is a possible problem with this user’s wireless session?
24. An administrator wants to implement the MultiZone feature in a company’s network to segregate corporate and guest traffic will have the same Aps establish connections to a standalone controller at the company’s DMZ. What is true about the implementation of MultiZones in this scenario? 25. An administrator stages an AP and re-provisions it as a RAP from the Mobility Master (MM). When re-provisioning the RAP, the administrator must enter a user’s credentials. What is the purpose of these credentials? a. To authenticate users on wired ports. b. To authenticate users on wired and wireless ports. c. To authenticate the RAP device. d. To authenticate users on wireless ports. Answer: C
26. Refer to the exhibit. An administrator implements global license pools on a Mobility Master (MM), and 100 AP licenses have been purchased and defined in the global pool. The MM is configured with a hierarchy based on three sites: A, B, and C. A dedicated license pool for Site A is allocated 40 licenses to distributed among two buildings: A1 and A2. The network engineers in building A1 deploy and license 25 APs. How many licenses are available for building A2?
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