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Question No. 1
A network engineer is preparing for an office site survey with a height of 2.5 meters. Which three components are recommended to complete the survey? (Choose three.)
Question No. 2
You are using Ekahau Site Survey to plan a WLAN. Which image format is scaled automatically during the map import process? (Choose two)
Question No. 3
Which functionality on WLAN controllers and APs is used to periodically reconfigure the 802.11 RF network?
Question No. 4
An engineer is assigned to provide wireless coverage in a provincial capital building. Due to the age and historic nature of the building, the ability to run new copper Ethernet cable to desired AP locations is limited. Which requirement should the engineer specify to overcome this restriction?
Question No. 5
An engineer wants the controller to report when a client exceeds the minimum acceptable RSSI level, to ensure support for the minimum data rate required.
Which controller option must be configured?
If clients on a lightweight access point are detected at threshold levels (RSSI, failed client count, percentage of failed packets, and number of failed packets) lower than those specified in the RRM configuration, the access point sends a “coverage hole” alert to the controller. The alert indicates the existence of an area where clients are continually experiencing poor signal coverage, without having a viable access point to which to roam. The controller discriminates between coverage holes that can and cannot be corrected. For coverage holes that can be corrected, the controller mitigates the coverage hole by increasing the transmit power level for that specific access point. The controller does not mitigate coverage holes caused by clients that are unable to increase their transmit power or are statically set to a power level because increasing their downstream transmit power might increase interference in the
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