A. Performance B. Potential issues C. Network D . Security Question 8 /62 - HPE6-A42.v2018-09-30 A company has an Aruba Mobility Master (MM)-based solution with a WLAN that assigns users to VLANs 10-19. The company wants the Aruba solution to act at Layer 3 to route wireless user traffic. What must network administrators configure to permit the solution to forward traffic correctly? A. trunk ports that support VLANs 10-19 on the MM nodes B. VLAN 10-19 interfaces on the Mobility Controllers (MCs) as the default gateway for wireless users C. VLAN 10-19 interfaces and proper IP settings on the MM nodes D. trunk ports that support VLANs 10-19 on the managed Mobility Controllers (MCs ) Question 9 /62 - HPE6-A42.v2018-09-30 What is a key difference between an Aruba Air Monitor (AM) and an Aruba Spectrum Analyzer (SA)? A. An AM scans on only one 802.11 frequency band, while an SA scans on both 802.11 frequency bands. B. An AM detects rogue APs and provides data services to clients, while an SA only detects rogue Aps C . An AM detects threats such as rogue APs, while an SA analyzes RF conditions. D. An AM both detects wireless intrusion attempts and mitigates them, while an SA only detects wireless intrusion attempts.
Question 10 /62 - HPE6-A42.v2018-09-30 What is required for a WLAN that uses WPA2-Enterprise security? A. a policy to allow unauthenticated users to receive RADIUS B. RADIUS server or servers C. a Web server to host a login portal D. a shared password to secure access to the WLAN Question 11 /62 - HPE6-A42.v2018-09-30 A network administrator wants to assign an authentication server group to the WPA2- Enterprise WLAN. Which profile should the administrator modify? A. L2 Authentication B. Virtual AP C. SSID D. AAA Question 12 /62 - HPE6-A42.v2018-09-30 When an Aruba solution uses AirMatch, which device generates the channel and power plan for an AP? A. the Mobility Controller (MC) for the AP B. the AirWave Management Platform C. the AP itself D. the Mobility Master (MM)
Question 13 /62 - HPE6-A42.v2018-09-30 Refer to the exhibits. Exhibit 1 Exhibit 2 Exhibit 3
A network administrator creates a guest WLAN on an Aruba Mobility Manager (MM). The exhibits show some of the settings for the WLAN. The administrator does not change the policies for those roles. How does the firewall control guest clients when they first connect to the WLAN? A. It permits them to send any DHCP and DNS and it redirects all web traffic to a login portal. B. It does not permit them to send any traffic until they are authenticated. C. It permits them to send any DHCP and RADIUS traffic. It redirects all web traffic destined to the Internet to a login portal and drops web traffic destined to the private network. D. It permits them to send any DHCP traffic and DNS and web traffic to the Internet. It redirects web traffic destined to the private network to a login portal.
Question 14 /62 - HPE6-A42.v2018-09-30 Refer to the exhibits.
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