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  1. CRC32
    December 20th, 2016 at 19:04 | #1

    2. what’s the client VLAN while the AP is in connected mode.
    When AP1 is in connected mode the configuration shown in “show ap config general” command output applies, so AP1 VLAN mapping for wlan 1 is vlan 10 (AP-Specific).

    There’s few information about the above command. I’ve found the link: https://supportforums.cisco.com/discussion/11926306/mode­flexconnect

  2. CRC32
    December 20th, 2016 at 19:04 | #2

    3. whether the client will remain associated or will be de-authenticated during the transition to connected mode.

    Accordingly with the link below, “Once the access point reestablishes a connection with the controller, it disassociates all clients, applies new configuration information from the controller, and allows client connectivity again.”

    Link: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/wireless/controller/8-1/configuration-guide/b_cg81/b_cg81_chapter_0101100.html#ID199

    So I cannot confirm your answer is correct IMHO accordingly to the above.

    I guess the correct answer is A,C,H instead of your answer BFG.

  3. CRC32
    December 20th, 2016 at 19:05 | #3

    Q38: D not B

    I cannot confirm your answer is correct IMHO accordingly to the link below (1st paragraph of Configuring QoS on Controllers section):

    https://books.google.pt/books?id=CIp1mXAystsC&pg=PT34&dq=cisco+7920+CAC&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjrq_Gri9PQAhUJWRQKHdL0DfQQ6AEINDAA#v=onepage&q&f=false

    I guess the answer provided is correct.

    The scenario states that ” current mix of existing Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phones 7920G and 7921G to a final migration of Wireless IP Phones 7925G”, so I guess the “the most appropriate WLC WLAN configuration to end with Wireless IP Phones 7925G” should be such that allows the connection of all 3 models of phones to get simultaneously connected in order to allow the migration.

  4. CRC32
    December 20th, 2016 at 19:05 | #4

    Reading the 1st paragraph of the above link we get that model 7920 does not support WMM, models 7921 and 7925 support WMM. It’s possible to coexist all 3 types if 7920 operates with AP CAC (for newer firmware 7920 phones) since client CAC (old firmware 7920 phones) is not compatible with WMM. We may assume the 7920 firmware of this scenario is the new not the old, I guess.

    Regarding radios, 7920 is 802.11b only, 7921 and 7925 support 802.11a as well.

    In fact from this scenario point of view 7921 and 7925 models are alike, as below (Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone 7925G QAs):

    . What are the major differences between the Cisco ® Unified Wireless IP Phone 7925G
    and the Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone 7921G?
    A. The phones have essentially three main differences:
    ? The Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone 7925G is hermetically sealed to provide protection
    against dust and liquid splashes. It is IP54 rated.
    ? The Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone 7925G is more rugged. It is compliant to MIL-STD-
    810F, Procedure I, Method 816.5.
    ? The Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone 7925G supports Bluetooth 2.0 including Extended
    Data Rate.

  5. CRC32
    December 20th, 2016 at 19:06 | #5

    The exam requires 3 parameters:

    1. 7920 CAC: should be AP not Client, in order to coexist with WMM.

    2. WMM should be Allowed not Disabled, in order to coexist with non-WMM 7920 model and provide WMM features.

    3. Radio: should be All, 2,4GHz for 7920 model and 5GHz for 7921 and 7925 models (best practices).

  6. CRC32
    December 20th, 2016 at 19:07 | #6

    Q39: C not B

    I can confirm your answer is correct IMHO accordingly to the link below:

    http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/wireless/technology/wlc/82463-wlc-config-best-practice.html

    “For example, per floor or per controller, and not a salt and pepper distribution. This reduces inter-controller roaming, which has less impact on the mobility group activity.”

    or

    “Minimize inter controller roaming (Avoid salt and pepper deployment)” on link below:

    http://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en_us/training-events/certifications/shared/docs/ccnp_wireless_revision.pdf

  7. CRC32
    December 20th, 2016 at 19:07 | #7

    Q39: C not B

    I can confirm your answer is correct IMHO accordingly to the link below:

    http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/wireless/technology/wlc/82463-wlc-config-best-practice.html

    “For example, per floor or per controller, and not a salt and pepper distribution. This reduces inter-controller roaming, which has less impact on the mobility group activity.”

    or

  8. CRC32
    December 20th, 2016 at 19:07 | #8

    “Minimize inter controller roaming (Avoid salt and pepper deployment)” on link below:

    http://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en_us/training-events/certifications/shared/docs/ccnp_wireless_revision.pdf

  9. CRC32
    December 20th, 2016 at 19:08 | #9

    Q53: D not A (multicast is ony transmitted on mandatory rates!!)

    I guess this is another tricky question IMHO.

    I cannot confirm your answer is correct IMHO accordingly to the below:

    Accordingly with the below link “Lightweight Access Points transmit multicast packets at the highest configured mandatory data rate”:

    http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/wireless/controller/8-1/configuration-guide/b_cg81/b_cg81_chapter_01111.html

    I guess the correct answer is A. Clients are roaming at lower data rates and are not maintaining 36Mbps connectivity.

  10. CRC32
    December 20th, 2016 at 19:08 | #10

    36 Mbps is the actual “highest configured mandatory data rate”. I guess that if those 36 Mbps cannot be maintained (for instance during roaming as mentioned in the scenario), the client will experience drops.

    I assume the D option “Clients are maintaining a 12Mbps rate and cannot receive the stream at 18Mbps.” is not correct because 18 Mbps is not the “highest configured mandatory data rate”. It’s the lowest instead, that is used for beacons transmission, accordingly with the below link “Management frames like ACK or beacons will be sent at the lowest mandatory rate “:

    http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/wireless/technology/wlc/82463-wlc-config-best-practice.html

  11. CRC32
    December 20th, 2016 at 19:09 | #11

    Q55: AB not BD

    I’m not sure about the correct answer to this question.

    Searching for “adds capacity and resilience” expression I’ve found the sentence “The addition of RAPs into an area adds capacity and resilience to that area.” on the section “Increasing Mesh Availability” on the below link:

    http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/solutions/Enterprise/Mobility/emob30dg/WiMesh.html

    That sentence matches option B almost word-by-word.

    In the same section I’ve found another sentence regarding the cell size, that is the number of hops between the farest MAP and its RAP:

    “This wireless mesh cell has similar properties to the cells used to create a cellular phone network; that is, although the technology might define the maximum size of the cell, smaller cells can be created to cover the same physical area, providing greater availability or capacity. This is done by adding RAPs to the cell.”

    So, if the idea of the exam writer is to ask about RAP cell design and availability, maybe option B and D are the correct.

  12. CRC32
    December 20th, 2016 at 19:09 | #12

    By other hand, accordingly with my general knowledge about mesh wireless networks the RAP “provides a wired connection for the wireless mesh APs” and due to that reason ” routes traffic from the wireless mesh to the wired network”.

    In fact the mentoned link states that “One or more of the Cisco 1500 Mesh APs have a wired connection to their wireless LAN controller, and these are designated as rooftop mesh APs (RAPs).” and “A RAP, which provides the path home for the MAP traffic”

    So I guess answers A and E are correct, but I’m not really sure about it, so I’d prefer to do not recommend any answer.

  13. CRC32
    December 20th, 2016 at 19:10 | #13

    Q57: B not D 802.11r is mentioned

    Accordingly with the link below “The N+1 HA feature set within the Cisco Unified Wireless Network (CUWN) framework allows a single WLC to be used as a backup WLC for N primary controllers.”:

    http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/wireless/technology/hi_avail/N1_High_Availability_Deployment_Guide/Introduction.html

    Accordingly with the scenario “the customer has two controllers in an N+1 deployment”.

    So The customer should have a primary controller with all access points, and a backup controller in case the primary fails.

    I guess what’s appening is that the backup controller is in another different mobility group than the primary controller causing the observed issue “wireless clients having to reauthenticate when they are walking around their office.”

    So I guess the correct configuration is to have a active controller with all access-points and a backup controller in the same mobility group, that is option A.

    In fact I’m not sure about the correct answer since the scenario is not clear. It’s only my best effort.

  14. CRC32
    December 20th, 2016 at 19:11 | #14

    I’m sorry my long answer for each question. Describing to you my “logic” may allow someone to correct me if I’m wrong.

  15. CRC32
    December 20th, 2016 at 19:37 | #15

    Hi jimmy bones:

    Many thanks for sharing the new question.

    It does not seems to be difficult to answer it, as long as we have memorized the below table:

    Table 1  Rx SOP Thresholds

    802.11 High Medium Low
    Band Threshold Threshold Threshold
    5 GHz ­76 dBm ­78 dBm ­80 dBm
    2.4 GHz ­79 dBm ­82 dBm ­85 dBm

    Link: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/wireless/controller/8-2/config-guide/b_cg82/b_cg82_chapter_010001111.html

    For instance, if the client is 802.11a and has an RSSI of -81 dBm then having Rx-SOP configured to Low is causing the issue.

    For instance, if the client is 802.11a and has an RSSI of -77 dBm then having Rx SOP configured to High is causing the issue.

    I guess those 2 scenarios are correct, please let me know your thoughts.

  16. f2racer
    December 20th, 2016 at 19:48 | #16

    now i passed. The questions from Passleader are all ok, but not the answers within the dump! Try out to find it within the documentation and web and you will pass!

  17. CRC32
    December 20th, 2016 at 19:54 | #17

    Congratulations f2racer.

    Once again, many thanks for your comments.

    They will help for sure.

    Cheers

  18. CRC32
    December 20th, 2016 at 19:56 | #18

    BTW, f2racer, do you remember what you’ve done in the lab, regarding the access-points priority?

  19. CRC32
    December 20th, 2016 at 20:00 | #19

    Hi jimmy bones:

    Regarding lab, I guess the High priority on both Access-Points is fine, despite no “low” priority AP is mentioned in the scenario (that means it’s not a real-world scenario).

    If the Apply /save config buttons work, I guess we must click on them.

    Let’s see if f2racer remembers his lab procedure.

  20. CRC32
    December 21st, 2016 at 10:18 | #20

    Hi jimmy bones:

    Failover priority configuration encompasses a previous step,enabling Global AP Failover Priority feature, before set APs Failover priority as mentioned in Cisco Wireless LAN Controller Configuration Guide, Release 7.5:

    Configuring Failover Priority for Access Points (GUI)
    Step 1 Choose Wireless > Access Points > Global Configuration to open the Global Configuration page.
    Step 2 From the Global AP Failover Priority drop-down list, choose Enable to enable access point failover priority or choose
    Disable to disable this feature and turn off any access point priority assignments. The default value is Disable.
    Step 3 Click Apply to commit your changes.
    Step 4 Click Save Configuration to save your changes.
    Step 5 Choose Wireless > Access Points > All APs to open the All APs page.
    Step 6 Click the name of the access point for which you want to configure failover priority.
    Step 7 Choose the High Availability tab. The All APs > Details for (High Availability) page appears.
    Step 8 From the AP Failover Priority drop-down list, choose one of the following options to specify the priority of the access
    point:
    • Low—Assigns the access point to the level 1 priority, which is the lowest priority level. This is the default value.
    • Medium—Assigns the access point to the level 2 priority.
    • High—Assigns the access point to the level 3 priority.
    • Critical—Assigns the access point to the level 4 priority, which is the highest priority level.
    Step 9 Click Apply to commit your changes.
    Step 10 Click Save Configuration to save your changes.

    Link:

    http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/wireless/controller/7-5/configuration-guide/b_cg75/b_cg75_chapter_01110000.html

    Since the The default value is Disable, it’s mandatory to configure it!

    Have you done that?

    Do you remember the state of that configuration?

    HTH

  21. adela
    December 21st, 2016 at 14:08 | #21

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  22. jimmy bones
    December 22nd, 2016 at 23:46 | #22

    @CRC32
    first thanks to your reply I appriate it very much.

    >>Do you remember the state of that configuration?
    both were at “high”

    I also did not the global settings, next time i’ll set to critical and double check “apply” and “save config” 😛

  23. CRC32
    December 24th, 2016 at 12:08 | #23

    Hi Jimmy bones:

    Yes, this exam is really tricky. The lab scenario seems to be easy, too much easy to be truth, so I’ll keep working on it. Your info about it is really important, many thanks.

    Regarding the simulation, it is really difficult to answer the questions since we to not have any screenshots about relevant menus of WLC. Apparently, it is not very complicated to check the items listed in the options, but, once again, only while sit the exam we can verify it.

    I’ll post the questions 53 / 55 / 57 next.

  24. CRC32
    December 24th, 2016 at 12:13 | #24

    53. A corporation has a Cisco Unified Wireless Network that has been deployed for voice
    coverage. The wireless data rates have been tuned to mandatory rates of 18 Mbps and 36 Mbps.
    Some wireless clients have been experiencing drops streaming multicast video while moving
    throughout the building. What is the cause of the drop in video?
    A. Clients are roaming at lower data rates and are not maintaining 36Mbps connectivity.
    B. Clients are not roaming due to coverage. This is causing the multicast data to drop due to the client
    re-associating often.
    C. Clients are connected at 18Mbps; however, other clients are connecting at 12Mbps and are
    causing the multicast video to degrade.
    D. Clients are maintaining a 12Mbps rate and cannot receive the stream at 18Mbps.
    Answer: A

  25. CRC32
    December 24th, 2016 at 12:14 | #25

    55. What are two functions of the RAP in a mesh network? (Choose two.)
    A. It provides a wired connection for the wireless mesh APs.
    B. It adds capacity and resilience to a mesh area.
    C. it creates a centralized management location for the mesh network.
    D. it reduces the hop count to the wireless network that is connected to the edge.
    E. it routes traffic from the wireless mesh to the wired network.
    Answer: B,D

  26. CRC32
    December 24th, 2016 at 12:15 | #26

    57. A customer called into the support center with a problem ticket that involves wireless clients
    having to reauthenticate when they are walking around their office. After further investigation, it was
    discovered that the customer has two controllers in an N+1 deployment. Which action must the
    engineer take to troubleshoot the issue?
    A. Verify that the wireless controllers are in the same mobility group and that the access points are all
    on the primary controller.
    B. Under the SSID, make sure that 802.1 Iris configured and running for the clients.
    C. Make sure that the SSID has the authentication set to 802.1x with Cisco Centralized Key
    Management so the data clients can roam seamlessly.
    D. Verify the access points are spread out between the primary and secondary controller and that the
    controllers are in the same mobility group.
    Answer: D

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    December 26th, 2016 at 04:32 | #27

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  30. Martijn
    January 12th, 2017 at 19:45 | #30

    can someone verify for me that the files are valid? can you tell me the answer of the lab. I guess I failed with the lab. I got still the score off 6xx

    i had my dumps from 2passeasy.

  31. Wlan101
    January 15th, 2017 at 18:08 | #31

    Q55. Because this is a “Deploy” exam and the question is asking about “function” functional aspect of the RAP is definitely A,E
    B,D as if we were talking about Design.

  32. Wireless
    January 16th, 2017 at 16:09 | #32

    Mostly in response to f2racer and CRC32:

    Q12. A
    Q20. AB should possibly be DE. I’m not totally sure on this one. Don’t think AWPP is used to “discover a controller” though. For A, I don’t see how this can be possible as many MAPs have something hanging off their ethernet port but still connect back to the controller over wireless.
    Q26. unsure
    Q34. BD I think it should be BE possibly.
    Q38. B answer provided correct I believe.
    Q45. A should be B. I’m pretty sure. See “Recovering a Lost Root Password” Step 1 Caution in the link below.
    http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/wireless/mse/3365/installation/guide/mse3365-installation-guide/mse_qsgmain.html
    Q53. I believe it is A
    Q55. I believe it is AB. AWPP does the routing which I think covers both D and E.
    Q57. unsure

  33. Martijn
    January 16th, 2017 at 17:59 | #33

    can someone verify the simulation for me that this one is valid from passleader?
    (what ip adres is the primairy backup controller is that the second one if I understand right)

  34. DomoArigato
    January 18th, 2017 at 00:59 | #34

    Has anyone taken 300-375? I failed twice using passleader? feeling pissed. Thank you all!

  35. Wlan101
    January 18th, 2017 at 02:13 | #35

    @DomoArigato
    Really ? You went twice and failed then blaming passleader ? In all honesty, the only one you have to be pissed at is yourself. I keep saying that you should feel very fortunate to have access to the questions and proposed answers from the exam. The least you could do is revising the actual answers and do some reading to understand why you’re actually picking such and such …
    If you can’t do this then save your money because you shouldn’t look into being CCNP certified.

  36. DomoArigato
    January 18th, 2017 at 03:39 | #36

    Dear Wlan101, you are right. I am pissed at myself too I should have given more time to retake the test. I just wanted to be over with it. I have practically dealt with ISE (still need more experience) and PI on the job. I am pissed that I cannot get any updated study material online for this course without having to spend $5000 on bootcamps “Cisco’s preffered way” thats what cisco told me when I reached out to Cisco. Going thru brainsumps was my last resort. Now paying for $100 that gurantees pass for first time why not? Also, you can either be nice and helpful and please mind your condescending attitude. Clearly I am not the only person in the world rely on braindumps. Thats why braindump sites are all over the place a profitable industry just like cisco. And there are people like you and me are commenting in this blog/site. Since, you are an expert I would not mind your guidance. Thank you!

  37. DomoArigato
    January 18th, 2017 at 04:31 | #37

    @Wlan101, my favourite site for learning and test prep was online videos at ipexperts.com kinda like bootcamp but way cheaper. which is no longer there. Thats what I had used in the past without relying on braindumps.

  38. Wlan101
    January 18th, 2017 at 05:19 | #38

    @DomoArigato
    https://learningnetwork.cisco.com/community/certifications/ccnp_wireless/wideploy/study-material

    Print it all, take a highlighter and start you way through all the subjects.
    Take a spreadsheet and track all the questions. information ref of the doc related to questions write what you’ve in mind and get it all nicely organized per column.

    Have a look at some of the Cisco Live videos you’ll find some subject are pushed pretty hard.

    The reason for being condescending is towards people that comes over braindump and taking exams like there is no tomorrow, next thing you know they can’t even answer simple question during interview which makes a very bad reputation of certification.
    When I was reading the 6 pages of comments, I must really says that some people needs to simply stop networking and should never touch a network device. When I see someone who can’t even sort the simple basic subneting question and can’t even figure it out, sorry but how did that person even considered a career in networking ?

    When I am reading people freaking out on the sim questions I am laughing and won’t help, because sorry but if you’re attempting the CCNP Wireless and don’t even have access to a WLC then why are you even attempting to become CCNP Wireless ? When I see the “wondering” about the MSE Grub password question, I am laughing as well because I faced that situation and not only do I exactly know the answer I’ll even leave a comment on the feedback section of the exam letting them know that I guarantee I can demonstrate that I’ll do it with using the CD/DVD media.

    Enough talk, go over the link I’ve shared and follow my advise… It takes time but you’ll actually get the proper informations and set your knowledge level where it needs to be. Keep in mind that many of the questions are formulated in a way that you can’t simply do a search of the doc, that’s where the hands on experience will make the difference. If you read it all you’ll have the ability to cross the right informations based on knowledge of all the concepts involved.
    Whenever you aren’t sure LAB it and you should be able to provide the reasons for picking answers, (No guessing anymore) whenever you’re reaching that level you’ll pass

  39. Eva Green
    January 18th, 2017 at 08:17 | #39

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  40. Wireless
    January 18th, 2017 at 18:14 | #40

    For 26:
    FlexConnect VLAN Central Switching Summary
    Traffic flow on WLANs configured for Local Switching when FlexConnect APs are in connected mode are as follows:

    If the VLAN is returned as one of the AAA attributes and that VLAN is not present in the FlexConnect AP database, traffic will switch centrally and the client is assigned this VLAN/Interface returned from the AAA server provided that the VLAN exists on the WLC.
    If the VLAN is returned as one of the AAA attributes and that VLAN is not present in the FlexConnect AP database, traffic will switch centrally. If that VLAN is also not present on the WLC, the client will be assigned a VLAN/Interface mapped to a WLAN on the WLC.
    If the VLAN is returned as one of the AAA attributes and that VLAN is present in the FlexConnect AP database, traffic will switch locally.
    If the VLAN is not returned from the AAA server, the client is assigned a WLAN mapped VLAN on that FlexConnect AP and traffic is switched locally.
    Traffic flow on WLANs configured for Local Switching when FlexConnect APs are in standalone mode are as follows:

    If the VLAN returned by the AAA server is not present in the FlexConnect AP database, the client will be put on a default VLAN (that is, a WLAN mapped VLAN on a FlexConnect AP). When the AP connects back, this client is de-authenticated and will switch traffic centrally.
    If the VLAN returned by the AAA server is present in the FlexConnect AP database, the client is placed into a returned VLAN and traffic will switch locally.
    If the VLAN is not returned from the AAA server, the client is assigned a WLAN mapped VLAN on that FlexConnect AP and traffic will switch locally.

    AAA says vlan 15.
    Vlan 15 not configured on AP
    Goes to vlan mapped vlan on AP: vlan 10
    In connected, vlan 15 is configured on wlc
    Goest to vlan 15

  41. Wireless
    January 18th, 2017 at 18:16 | #41

    For 45. Laugh all you want Wlan101, I’ll go with the answer that is stated in the documentation. You may be able to “guarantee I can demonstrate that I’ll do it with using the CD/DVD media,” but it’s not the Cisco way.

  42. Wlan101
    January 18th, 2017 at 21:49 | #42

    @Wireless
    Q45 go with whatever you read in the doc I’ve never said it’s not the right answer I am just reading people can’t even understand when notes are written in the official doc. + They don’t seems to even understand what is the function of Grub. At the end of the day it’s always the Cisco way when you’re taking exams

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