CCNP Voice FAQ: WLAN Management
Q1. The Cisco Unified Wireless Network unique approach addresses all layers of the WLAN network through what five interconnected elements?
A. Access points, mobility platform, network unification, world-class network management, and unified advanced services
B. Client devices, access points, mobility platform, network unification, and unified advanced services
C. Client devices, access points, network unification, world-class network management, and unified advanced services
D. Client devices, mobility platform, network unification, world-class network management, and unified advanced services
Q2. What are the two Cisco WLAN implementations?
A. Centralized and decentralized
B. Thick and thin
C. Autonomous and lightweight
D. None of the above
Q3. Control and radio monitoring is accomplished based on which of the following?
A. The controller providing power mitigation
B. The end solution being autonomous or lightweight
C. Both A and B
D. Neither A nor B
Q4. Centralized WLAN management is performed by using which of the following?
A. CiscoWorks WLSE for both lightweight and autonomous implementations
B. Cisco WCS for both lightweight and autonomous implementations
C. CiscoWorks WLSE for autonomous implementations and Cisco WCS for lightweight implementations
D. Cisco WCS for autonomous implementations and CiscoWorks WLSE for lightweight implementations
Q5. CiscoWorks WLSE discovery process requires routers, switches, and access points to be properly configured with what protocol(s)?
A. SNMP and LWAPP
B. CDP and LWAPP
C. CDP and SNMP
D. LWAPP only
Q6. CiscoWorks WLSE Express supports what modes of setup?
A. Manual only
B. Manual and Automatic
C. Automatic only
D. Manual, Automatic, and Assisted
Q7. What are the two features of WLSE that enforce optimization and high availability?
A. Auto Re-Site Survey and Assisted Site Survey
B. ACLs and QoS
C. ACLs and MTU
D. Assisted Site Survey and QoS
Q8. What are the two versions of CiscoWorks for WLANs?
A. Demo and Registered
B. Registered and WLSE Express
C. WLSE and WLSE Express
D. WLSE and Demo
Q9. How many Cisco wireless LAN controllers and access points is the Cisco WCS designed to handle?
A. 50 Cisco wireless LAN controllers and 1500 access points
B. 1 Cisco wireless LAN controller and 50 access points
C. 0 Cisco wireless LAN controllers and 500 access points
D. 50 Cisco wireless LAN controllers and 500 access points
Q10. How many versions of the Cisco WCS exist?
D. Depends on license purchased
Q11. True or False: Some Cisco WCS features might not function properly if you use a web browser other than Internet Explorer 7.0 on a Windows workstation.
Q12. What is the most secure way to configure controller management?
A. Through the controller-dedicated service port
B. Through the console cable
C. Through SNMP v3
D. Through SSH
Q13. When Cisco wireless LAN controller detects a rogue access point, what does it immediately do?
A. Sends an SNMP trap
B. Sends an e-mail notification to the recipient entered in the controller
C. Notifies Cisco WCS, which creates a rogue access point alarm
D. Both A and B
Q14. Discuss the different characteristics and advantages of the two WLAN solutions.
A WLAN Controller configures and controls lightweight access points. The lightweight access points depend on the controller for control and data transmission. However, REAP modes do not need the controller for data transmission. Cisco WCS can centralize configuration, monitoring, and management. Cisco WLAN Controllers can be implemented with redundancy within the wireless LAN controller groups.
Q15. Does WLSE support both lightweight and autonomous access points?
Q16. When do you use CiscoWorks WLSE versus WLSE Express?
Q17. Discuss the platform support for Cisco WCS.
Q18. What are the three WCS versions for tracking wireless devices?
Q19. When does Cisco WCS listen for rogue access points?
Q20. How do you add lightweight access points to the WCS database?
Q21. Does Cisco WCS support SNMPv3?
Q22. What page is displayed upon a successful WCS login?
Q23. What is the Cisco WCS default username and password?
Q24. For the WLAN components, what are the WLAN Management solutions?
CiscoWorks WLSE simplifies and automates the deployment and security of WLANs. CiscoWorks WLSE provides Intrusion Detection System (IDS) capabilities for detecting rogue access points, ad-hoc networks, and excess management frames on the air that typically signal a WLAN attacks.
Cisco Wireless Control System (WCS) can centrally manage all Cisco wireless LAN controllers and lightweight APs. Cisco WCS also provides advanced features such as location tracking and visual heat maps for better visibility into the RF environment.
Q25. What happens to Rogue APs when they are detected?
WCS can take appropriate steps toward containment if desired. Containment is when APs close to the rogue send deauthenticate and disassociate messages to the rogue’s clients. To see a rogue AP located on the building or campus map, a small skull-and-crossbones indicator appears at the calculated location.
Q26. What are the differences between WCS base, Location, and Location + Appliance (including how many clients can be tracked)?
WCS Location includes all base features plus more. It features the on-demand monitoring of any single device using RF fingerprinting technology, providing high location accuracy. Any rogue APs, client, or device tracking can be performed on-demand within 10 meters or 33 feet using RF fingerprinting.
Cisco Wireless Location Appliance scales on-demand location tracking to a new level, significantly improving the functionality of Cisco WCS Location. The Cisco Wireless Location Appliance can track up to 1500 devices simultaneously.