A network architect is designing a new wireless solution for a company The company needs seamless roaming and client and AP active load balancing. The company also requires an Aruba Mobility Master (MM) to manage the wireless infrastructure. Which Aruba feature does the architect need to include in the design?
A customer currently has sets of three Aruba 5406R switches deployed for an access layer in multiple wiring closets in a building They are clustered in a VSF domain The customer wants to set up Multiple Active Detection (MAD) for the OOBM port, as well as use this port for remote management access. To simplify the connectivity, the customer wants to connect these three switches' OOBM ports to a separate switch in the wiring closet for the OOBM connectivity.
Which would be the most cost-effective solution that would meet the customer's requirements?
A network architect is creating a new wired design for a warehouse building. As a best practice, what length should the architect allow for the service loop in the wiring closets in this environment?
NewStellar has a main corporate campus in a business park with two adjacent buildings. Each building has three floors and each floor is 322 x 175 feet (98 x 53 meters) for 56,350 square feet (5,235 square meters) total. The ceiling for each floor is 12 feet (3.6 meters) high with a drop-down ceiling at 10 feet (3 meters). The network architect has given you one floor to analyze, Building 1 Floor 2, shown in the attached exhibit.
This floor has a central main corridor with washrooms, stairs, elevators and supply and network cabinets. There are cubicles around the perimeter of the floor. The central part main corridor's dimensions contain 9,350 square feet (870 square meters). Assuming that wireless coverage is not required in the central area, which square footage (square meter) value should a network architect use when determining the number of APs in a capacity design for each floor?