Advanced Wireless LAN for Account Managers
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Question No: 3 – (Topic 0)
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Question No: 4 – (Topic 0)
What is the best description of the Cisco Unified Wireless Network?
It enables public sector agencies to deploy a secure, scalable, broadband network that integrates wired and wireless IP infrastructures, delivering network intelligence and applications for mobile users across a city.
It is a powerful solution for enterprises that want to combine the best elements of wireless and wired networking to deliver scalable, manageable, and secure wireless LANs with a low total cost of ownership.
It uses a single network infrastructure for the transmission of data, voice, and video traffic, delivering the business benefits of a converged, wireless network to enterprise-level organizations.
It is the only unified wired and wireless solution for service providers in the industry. It is cost-effective and addresses the WLAN security, deployment, management, and control issues facing service providers today.
Question No: 5 – (Topic 0)
An enterprise company hires a management consultant, Mary Hunt, to improve corporate knowledge-management systems. The role requires her to be highly mobile within the enterprise as she gathers information from a variety of employees. When Mary is back at her desk, she must compare her new data with the data hosted on the corporate servers. After she logs in, the network recognizes her consultant status and allocates her the appropriate access rights.
Which of the following enables this scenario?
network admission control (NAC)
Question No: 6 – (Topic 0)
Which two of the following are primary benefits of voice-over-Wi-Fi services? (Choose two.)
reduced cellular phone costs
reduced cost of replacing lost assets
increased employee productivity
a single profile across all network types
enhanced 911 services for tracking cellular users
Question No: 7 – (Topic 0)
Which two are benefits of a wireless bridge? (Choose two.)
allows multiple sites to share a single, high-speed network connection
provides faster data transfer speeds than a wired network
enables cost-effective, secure deployment of enterprise campus to metropolitan-scale outdoor Wi-Fi networks
supports global radio-frequency standards without configuration requirements
provides a cost-effective method to connect networks despite limited physical distances or barriers, such as across campus or over lakes
Question No: 8 – (Topic 0)
You are meeting with a city manager of a small town who wants to introduce video surveillance as part of a public-safety initiative. Which of the following benefits is the most important to emphasize when describing the Cisco Outdoor Wireless Network solution?
The Cisco solution allows cities to extend services beyond a wired backbone to more remote areas of the city without the trouble and expense of laying cable underground.
The Cisco solution allows city agencies to deliver reliable, performance-based services on a citywide wireless network, with centralized monitoring and management capability.
The Cisco solution enables IP-based camera solutions to provide real-time situational awareness for law enforcement usage.
The Cisco Solution helps provide internet access to underserved populations to help limit or close the quot;Digital Dividequot;.
Question No: 9 – (Topic 0)
Which three of the following service components are included in the WLAN optimize phase? (Choose three.)
Operations Readiness Assessment
Question No: 10 – (Topic 0)
What should be emphasized in order to allay fears of inadequate privacy and loss of control among enterprise customers?
mobility offered by Cisco WLAN solutions
network access where laying cable is difficult or expensive
one-day installation with no monthly fees
802.1x standards-based security
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