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2021 Jan 300-370 practice test

Q21. A recently acquired Cisco Aironet 1550 series AP is unable to join the WLC. This message is observed on the AP console: 

AAA Authentication Failure for UserName:CC93.1981.0035 User Type: WLAN USER 

Which action must be taken for the AP to associate with the controller? 

A. Add MAC address CC93.1981.0035 to the Security AAA AP policy Authorization List. 

B. Authenticate the AP to the WLC from the console using an admin account on the WLC. 

C. Add MAC address CC93.1981.035 to the Security AAA MAC Filtering tab. 

D. Import the self-signed certificate of the AP to the Security:Certificate:LSC tab. 

E. Import the self-signed certificate of the AP to the Security:Certificate:SSC tab. 

Answer:


Q22. An engineer is troubleshooting non-802.11 interference and observes the shown output. Which interference signature is the most harmful to Wi-Fi? 

Refer to the exhibit. 

A. cordless phone 

B. microwave oven 

C. 2 4 GHz wideband jammer 

D. FHSS Bluetooth 

E. analog video camera 

Answer:


Q23. Which statement about the join process of the access point is true? Refer to the exhibit. 

A. The AP failed to join because the self-signed certificate of the AP was not correct on the controller. 

B. The time on the controller is outside of the certificates validity time interval so the join phase failed. 

C. The AP moved from this controller to its primary controller. 

D. The AP successfully joined the controller. 

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Q24. A mobile station in a factory contains an AP configured as a work group bridge that authenticates to a root AP using EAP-FAST. To be able to use the mobile station in further parts of the factory, another root AP is installed and also configured for EAP-FAST When the mobile station is attempting to roam to the other AP, it loses connection yet can still authenticate to the first one. What is the cause for the failed authentication on RAP2? 

Refer to the exhibit. 

A. RAP1 is using a different authentication protocol than RAP2. 

B. RAP2 has a different SSID than RAP1. 

C. RAP1 is using a different encryption than RAP2. 

D. The authentication usemame and password is different. 

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Q25. Scenario 

The Big Engineering IT team has been working in the lab to do some testing of some new features the existing network won't support. They are AP Croups, AP Failover, and Local Web Auth. They have been having problems with all three features. In this test environment the controllers only support the Composite and Structural Engineering and Aerodynamic Engineering groups. All SSIDs should omit the department name. Refer to the exhibit. This is a diagram of the floor plan for the Big Engineering office and the distribution of the departments. The tables below show how the controllers have been configured. 

Note, not all menu items, text boxes, or radio buttons are active. 

When you review the configuration of the test network controller what needs to be changed to resolve the problems? (Choose four.) 

A. Change the High Availability Primary Controller Management Interface IP address. 

B. Remove the current WLANs and replace them with WLANs that have the same SSID names as on the AE-2504A controller. 

C. Add the Local Net User names and passwords 

D. Change the Layer 2 security to none and Layer 3 Security to Web Policy for the CSE-Contractors WLAN 

E. Remove me current WLAN from the CSE-WLAN AP Group and add all three of the WLANs configured in the CSE-2504A 

F. Add the CSE APs to the CSE-WLANs AP-Group. 

Answer: B,C,D,F 


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Q26. An engineer is concerned about rogue-on-wire and wants to enable port security. Which guideline must the engineer follow? 

A. Configure Switched Port Analyzer destination ports as secure. 

B. Use 802 1x with port security to prevent MAC spoofing. 

C. Enable port security on dynamic access ports. 

D. Employ static MAC address configuration for APs with port security. 

Answer:


Q27. Which feature should a network engineer enable within a mixed-client network to ensure that the legacy client operates at the best possible rates? 

A. ClientLink 

B. RRM 

C. DCA 

D. Band Select 

Answer:


Q28. A WLC receives a coverage hole detection alert from an AP. What two conditions must occur for the controller to dynamically mitigate the situation? (Choose two.) 

A. The AP serving the troubled client must currently have a power level 2 or lower. 

B. The client must be able to dynamically raise its power level to match the new AP power. 

C. The AP must be RF visible to additional APs on the other side of the coverage hole for calibration. 

D. The client must have WMM-PS disabled to allow for the increased power usage. 

E. The AP serving the troubled client must currently have a power level higher than 2. 

Answer: A,B 


Q29. A client is failing EAP authentication and a debug shows that the server is sending an Access-Reject message. Which action must you take to resolve authentication? 

A. Verify that the Validate server certificate on the client is disabled. 

B. Verify that the client certificates are from the proper CA and server certificate. 

C. Verify that the client server certificate has the proper Windows OlDs. 

D. Verify that the user account is the same in the client certificate. 

E. Verify that the user is using the same password that is on the server 

Answer:


Q30. A WLAN engineer has just completed a wireless network installation using Cisco 2700 

series access points. After checking the WLC, it seems that the APs are running in medium power. What effect will this have in the APs? 

A. Due to insufficient power, the access points are not broadcasting any Wireless networks. 

B. Due to insufficient power, only the 2 4 GHz radio is up. 

C. Due to insufficient power the access points have dynamically shifted from 3x4 to 3x3. 

D. Due to insufficient power the access points have dynamically shifted from 4x4 to 3x3. 

Answer: