HPE7-A01 Aruba Certified Campus Access Professional Exam Practice Test

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Question 1
Question 2

You are are doing tests in your lab and with the following equipment specifications:

* AP1 has a radio that generates a 16 dBm signal.

* AP2 has a radio that generates a 13 dBm signal.

* AP1 has an antenna with a gain of 8 dBi.

* AP2 has an antenna with a gain of 12 dBi. The antenna cable for AP1 has a 4 dB loss. The antenna cable for AP2 has a 3 dB loss.

What would be the calculated Equivalent Isotropic Radiated Power (EIRP) for AP1?



Question 3
Question 4

Your manufacturing client is deploying two hundred wireless IP cameras and fifty headless scanners in their warehouse. These new devices do not support 802.1X authentication.

How can HPE Aruba enhance security for these new IP cameras in this environment?



Question 5

Refer to Exhibit:

A company has deployed 200 AP-635 access points. To take advantage of the 6 GHz band, the administrator has attempted to configure a new WPA3-OWE SSID in Central but is not working as expected.

What would be the correct action to fix the issue?



Answer : C

The correct action to fix the issue is C. Change the SSID to WPA3-Enhanced Open.

WPA3-OWE is not a valid SSID type in Central. OWE stands for Opportunistic Wireless Encryption, and it is a feature that provides encryption for open networks without requiring authentication. OWE is also known as Enhanced Open, and it is one of the options for WPA3 SSIDs in Central1.

According to the Aruba document Configuring WLAN Settings for an SSID Profile, one of the steps to configure a WPA3 SSID is:

Select the Security Level from the drop-down list. The following options are available:

WPA3-Personal: This option uses Simultaneous Authentication of Equals (SAE) to provide stronger password-based authentication and key exchange than WPA2-Personal.

WPA3-Enterprise: This option uses 192-bit cryptographic strength for authentication and encryption, as defined by the Commercial National Security Algorithm (CNSA) suite.

WPA3-Enterprise (CCM): This option uses 128-bit cryptographic strength for authentication and encryption, as defined by the Counter with CBC-MAC (CCM) mode.

WPA3-Enhanced Open: This option uses Opportunistic Wireless Encryption (OWE) to provide encryption for open networks without requiring authentication.

The other options are incorrect because:

A) WPA3-Enterprise (CNSA) is a valid SSID type, but it requires 802.1X authentication with a RADIUS server, which may not be suitable for the company's use case.

B) WPA3-Personal is a valid SSID type, but it requires a passphrase to join the network, which may not be suitable for the company's use case.

D) WPA3-Enterprise (CCM) is a valid SSID type, but it requires 802.1X authentication with a RADIUS server, which may not be suitable for the company's use case.


Question 6

Your Director of Security asks you to assign AOS-CX switch management roles to new employees based on their specific job requirements. After the configuration was complete, it was noted that a user assigned with the auditors role did not have the appropriate level of access on the switch.

The user was not allowed to perform firmware upgrades and a privilege level of 15 was not assigned to their role. Which default management role should have been assigned for the user?



Question 7

What is a primary benefit of BSS coloring?



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