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What must an administrator configure in order for the ClearPass server to execute a RADIUS Change of Authorization (CoA) to Aruba Mobility controllers (MCs) in a cluster?
Active and Standby AAC with clustering
VRRP IP on each cluster member
IPSec High Availability (HA) between two cluster members
Primary and backup LMS IP addresses Answer: A
An administrator supports a cluster of four Aruba Mobility Controllers (MCs) with management addresses of 10.1.100.101.100.102.10.1.100.103.and 10.1.202.181. The administrator accesses an AP associated with this cluster, roots it , and accesses apboot mode. The administrator executes the printemv command. Which AP parameter contains the IP addresses of the cluster members that the AP should use the connect to the cluster?
cfg_lms Answer: A
Controllers are configured in a cluster as shown in the exhibit. These are the network details.
? A Mobility Master (MM) manages the cluster.
? The cluster contains two controllers C1 and C2.
? AP1 and AP2 use C1 as their Active AP Anchor Controller (A-AAC), with C2 as their Standby AAC (S-AAC).
? AP3 and AP4 use C2 as their A-AAC, with C1 as their S-AAC
User1 establishes wireless connection via AP1, where the Active User Anchor Controller (A-UAC) assigned is C1, with as the standby. What happens when User1roams the
wireless network and eventually their session is handed by AP3?
The AP3’s A-AAC switches to C1, and the user’s A-UAC remains on C1
The AP3’s A-AAC remains to C2, and the user’s A-UAC switches on C2
The AP3’s A-AAC switches to C1, and the user’s A-UAC switches on C2
The AP3’s A-AAC remains to C2, and the user’s A-UAC remains on C1 Answer: C
An administrator implements clustering on Aruba Mobility Controllers (MCs) that run ArubaOS 8.x An AP is connected to a cluster to a cluster member. The administrator accidentally power off the AP.
How does the AP determine that it should failover to an alternate controller in the cluster?
The Mobility Master notifies the AP.
The AP detects a PAPI failure.
The cluster leader notifies the AP.
The Standby AAC notifies the AP. Answer: D
Refer to the exhibit.
An administrator implements the MultiZone feature. The administrator sets up five zones as shown in the exhibit, in this configuration:
? Zone A has six controllers that form a cluster.
? Zone B has three controllers that form a cluster.
? Zone C, D and E have a single standalone controller each.
A total of 13 VAPs are created across the five zones. Aruba Mobility Controllers (MCs) in Zones A . B, and C run Aruba OS 220.127.116.11 MCs in zones D and E run Aruba OS 18.104.22.168. Some APs do not join their respective data zones.
The number of controllers exceeds the maximum for MultiZone.
The MCs run different versions of the ArubaOS code.
The number of zones exceeds the maximum for MultiZone.
The number of VAPs exceeds the maximum for MultiZone. Answer: C
A user uses Microsoft Windows for a wireless session. Based on the output shown in the exhibit for the selected Aruba AP, what is the possible problem with this user’s wireless session?
The AP has reached the limit for number of users that are allowed to connect to the radio.
The controller cannot reach the AAA server to perform the authentication.
The user is configured for PEAP, but the WLAN profile on the controller implemented EAP-TLS
The user misconfigured the Managed Network Settings profile in Windows. Answer: A
A company has a wireless network that contains a cluster of four Aruba 7030 Mobility Controllers (MC) managed by a Mobility Master (MM) located in the data center. The company has APs deployed that are nearing the capacity of the cluster. The administrator wants to increase AP capacity.
How can the administrator solve this problem?
Add a new controller to the Mobility Master.
Add a Virtual Mobility controller to the existing cluster.
Add a 7030 controller to the existing cluster.
Add a 7220 controller to the existing cluster. Answer: D
An administrator supports a network that contains ArubaOS-Switches and Mobility Controllers (MCs). Restrictive MC firewall policies, control wireless access. The administrator wants to implement a feature to apply the same MC firewall policies to users connected to the Ethernet switch ports.
Which ArubaOS-Switch feature provides this capability?
IPSec site-to-site tunneling