HPE6-A85 Aruba Certified Campus Access Associate Exam Practice Test

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Question 1

What are two characteristics of ClientMatch? (Select two.)

Answer : D, E

ClientMatch is an Aruba patented technology that helps to move sticky clients---clients that stay connected to an AP even when there are better APs available---to a more appropriate AP. This technology ensures that clients are always connected to the best available AP, optimizing both the client's performance and the overall performance of the wireless network.

Question 2

What change does a client make when it roams from one access point to another in a WLAN?

Answer : A

When a client roams from one access point to another, it must change the destination MAC address on its 802.11 frames to match the new access point to which it is associated. The SSID does not change since it is typically consistent across an entire WLAN, and the default gateway remains the same as long as the client stays within the same IP subnet. The association to a new access point involves updating the destination MAC address in the frames that the client sends.

Question 3

Which three channels can be used simultaneously in a 2.4GHz WLAN environment while avoiding any co-channel interference?

Answer : A

In a 2.4GHz WLAN environment, channels 1, 6, and 11 are recommended for use simultaneously to avoid co-channel interference because these channels do not overlap with each other. Each of these channels is separated by enough frequency space to ensure that the signals do not interfere, which is not the case with other channel combinations.

Question 4

Which type of device type and group persona is required to manage a Microbranch environment?

Answer : B

In the context of Aruba networks, a Microbranch environment is managed using a group persona that aligns with the functionality required. ArubaOS 10 Branch Gateway Group Persona would be the correct device type and group persona for managing a Microbranch environment, as it would provide the necessary features and controls for branch networking requirements.

Question 5

Which Protocol Data Unit (PDU) represents the network layer PDU?

Answer : A

In the context of the OSI model, the network layer is responsible for packet forwarding including routing through intermediate routers. Hence, the network layer PDU is known as a packet.

Question 6

Refer to Exhibit.

Which server will receive the smallest quantity of data?

Answer : A

Based on the exhibit showing the logging server configurations, server will receive the smallest quantity of data because it is set to the 'Warning' event log level. This means it will only log events that are categorized as warnings or higher severity, which are typically less frequent than lower severity levels such as 'Information,' 'Debug,' or 'Emergency.'

Question 7

A network technician is verifying that a customer successfully connected to the guest network after completing the captive portal. The network technician looks at the access tracker in ClearPass.

Which role should be seen when looking at the OUTPUT tab for the customer's session?

Answer : A

In the access tracker of ClearPass, after a customer successfully connects to a guest network through a captive portal, the OUTPUT tab should show a role indicating that the user is authenticated, such as 'Guest authenticated.' This role confirms that the user has passed the authentication process and has been granted access.

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