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HPE7-A03 Practice Exam Questions with Answers HPE Aruba Networking Certified Network Architect - Campus Access Certification

Question # 6

What possible issue with the cote switch selection do you see in regards to the customers’ requirements?

A.

The core switch will not support the 25GbE downlinks to the distribution switches.

B.

The cote switch will have a lot of unused ports.

C.

The cote switch will not have enough ports for VSX links.

D.

The cote switch will not support the 10GbE downlinks to the cabins and technical rooms.

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Question # 7

You are designing a solution with Aruba OS10-based access points and redundant gateways and these are the requirements:

• W1-F16E based access points

• support for tunneled traffic

• application visibility

• rogue APs

• live upgrades

• Air Slice

• Cloud Guest Authentication

• Ai insights

Which licenses are needed? (Select two.)

A.

AP Foundation

B.

WIAN Gateway

C.

AP Advanced

D.

Gateway Foundation

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Question # 8

What is one use case for designing a 2-tier campus LAM instead of using a 3-tier?

A.

The campus has small buildings with only a few wiring closets.

B.

The network has grown beyond a few building aggregation points

C.

Access aggregation points are not scaling to meet traffic demands.

D.

Cross-campus traffic has grown beyond We capacity of a single collapsed core

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Question # 9

A global cruise line company needs to refresh its current fleet. They win refresh the insides' of the ship to be cost-effective and increase their sustain ability. They Mill replace the complete WLAN/LAN hardware of the ship. In this refresh, the company will not refresh Us current security requirements. The CIO also wants to limit the number of unused ports in the switches. Future expansion will always mean a refresh of hardware. They start with the smallest ship with a maximum of 800 guests

Each ship has a LAN infrastructure consisting of two core switches, up to 10 redundant distribution switches, and up to 500 access switches (400 cabins. 100 technical rooms). The Core switches are located in the MDF of the ship and the distribution switches are located in the IDFs of the ship. Each cabin and technical room gets one single access switch.

The cabling structure of the ship will not be refreshed. Each IDF is connected to the MDF by SMF. of which two pairs are available for the interconnect between the core and distribution. The length of SM fiber between MDF and IDF is less than 300 meters (930 ft) and the type used is 0S1. Each cabin is connected by a single 0M2 pair to the IDF. the maximum length is 60 meters (200 ft). Each technical room is connected by a single 0M2 pail to the IDF. with lengths between 100 and 150 meters (320 and 500 ft).

For each cabin/technical room the customer is looking to replace their current fan-less 2530/2540 without changing the requirements, except they need to upgrade the uplink to distribution switch to 10GbEto handle the increased network traffic, and the technical rooms need redundant power.

The WLAN infrastructure will be 1:1 refreshed without new cabling or new AP locations. Their WLAN Infrastructure is based on the 200/300 series Indoor and outdoor APs running instantOS (less than 300 APs). the customer has no change in WLAN requirements.

The cruise line company will replace its current Internet connection before the LAN/WLAN refresh. The new Internet connection will provide a 99.8% uptime, which is needed to ensure the paid guest Wi-Fi is always operational. With this new internet connection, the CIO of the cruise line wants to base the design on the ESP architecture from Aruba because Internet connection is guaranteed.

The week after the presentation of your design to the CIO of the cruise line company, the CIO calls you to discuss increasing the security of the wired network Infrastructure. Since one of their competitors had one of their cruise ships cyber hacked, the CSO of the cruise line has mandated increased security on the wired network. They have heard about dynamic segmentation and central and decentral overlay networks.

What would you advise as the most cost-efficient solution?

A.

Standardize on Aruba 6000 switches for the access layer, add a cluster of 9240 GWs. and Implement central overlay networks on UBT basis.

B.

Standardize on Aruba 6100 switches for the access layer, add a cluster of 9240 GWs. and Implement central overlay networks on UBT basis.

C.

Standardize on Aruba 6300 switches for the access layer, add a cluster of 9240 GWs. and Implement central overlay networks on UBT basis.

D.

Standardize on Aruba 6200 switches for the access layer, add a cluster of 9240 GWs. and Implement central overlay networks on UBT basis.

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Question # 10

A large multinational financial institution has contracted you to design a new full-stack wired and wireless network for their new 6-story regional office building. The bottom two floors of this facility will be retail space for a large banking branch. The upper floors will be carpeted office space for corporate users, each floor being approximately 100.000 sq ft (9290 sqm). Data centers are all off site and will be out of scope for this project. The customer is underserved by its existing L2-based network infrastructure and would like to take advantage of modern best practices in the new design. The network should be fully resilient and fault-tolerant, with dynamic segmentation at the edge.

The retail space will include public guest Wi-Fi access. Retail associates will have corporate tablets for customer service, and there will be a mix of wired and wireless devices throughout the retail floors. The corporate users will primarily use wireless for connectivity, but several wired clients, printers, and hard VoIP phones will be in use.

The customer is also planning on renovating the corporate office space in order to take advantage of "smart office' technology. These improvements will drive blue-dot wayfinding. presence analytics, and other location-based services

The client decides that they would like for all of their exposed printer, conference room, and VoIP phone

connections to be controlled by a stateful firewall

What could be planned to ensure that these ports will meet the customer's requirements?

A.

Tunneled Node

B.

Multi-Zone

C.

Airgroup

D.

Web Portal

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Question # 11

ACME retail has 38 locations spread out across Ave US states and two provinces in Canada. They are looking to grow 20% over the next two years. They have an HO with a staff of 200 employees. The organization has eight Regional Managers and two VPs who work from home and the road. Stores typically have 17 employees on average per location.

The two warehouses have a remote loading system and 20 employees each to load the trucks and fulfill the online orders. The warehouse has 40-foot ceilings and large metal racks to store inventory. The main location is 240K sq ft (22300 st) m) and the Canadian warehouse Is 130K sq ft (12100 sq ml. The forkllfts on the loading docks are equipped with a wireless tablet on board.

A typical store Is reportedly about 60.000 sq ft (5575 sqm) and smaller stores are planned at 25.000 sq ft '2320 sq mi. The locations need to expand the abilities to vendors that need to add setup displays or Interactive kiosks in the stores. The current Infrastructure was installed In 2015 and used wireless N technology in a coverage model. The wiring is CatS. and they are unsure of the fiber connections. The inventory is all placed on the floor when it is delivered to the local store.

Inventory control is handled through Zebra barcode scanners, and they have had a lot of issues in getting signals throughout the stores and this makes monthly inventory difficult. The organization has a small help desk to troubleshoot issues that happen at the retail locations and PC support for the office. The company is looking to upgrade away from the current pbx system later this year. With the need to grow and cut costs, they are interested in moving the data to the cloud but need to get almost real-time inventory control for the online service to function.

The network has all been wired over the last ten years, but with the new systems being all wireless, they have seen the trend to offer wireless to all the vendors for their needs but also would like to allow employees, guests, and contractors all to use it. With the new IT director starting next week, the project has been set by the CTO of the company. The marketing group has asked how they can interact with the customers and get more info, while the IT support desk needs to cut staff in halt.

The. office has an MDF and two IDFs located on floors one and two. The HOF is in the basement, and you have multiple WAN circuits for the HO links. Each store has a local handoff from the cable company (ethernet) In the middle of the store in the office, so distance for the wiring is not an issue.

The customer has budget concerns but does want something that could last 7+ years.

Based on the scenario, where would you look to add additional items to the BOM to aid the company goals'(Select three.)

A.

Building Facilities

B.

Sales Management

C.

Customer Experience Officer

D.

Security Team/CISO

E.

Marketing

F.

Finance Team

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Question # 12

A global furniture retail company called 'No-Stair Inc.' requests you design their new WLAN infrastructure for a global footprint. Each location of No-Stair Inc.' has a similar layout: three small manager offices, a warehouse, and a 'retail' area. The 'retail' area and the warehouse together amount to 95% of the location. The IT department of the company Is minimally engaged In their LAN refresh so the CTO of the company has shared the information below

Current WLAN Infrastructure Is based on the 802.1 In "WlF14Less" access-points series (both model 2013-INT (2.4 only Internal antenna) and model 2019-EXT (dual-band external antenna only)). These AP models are standalone without any centralized management. Last year 'No-Stair InC ran a project called secure. It' ensuring that all needed network security was Implemented to be fully compliant with their security standards. During this project, they also upgraded the AAA infrastructure to handle the Increased AAA requests. No additional Wi-Fi or security requirements are listed for this WLAN refresh, which means that 'No-Stair Inc.' will continue to use bridged SSIDs. with local breakout into different VLANs.

The CTO of No-Stair Inc.' understands the need for you to ask additional questions to deliver the design The questions may be sent in written form and will be answered within two weeks.

Which additional question is correct in order to collect needed information for the WLAN design?

A.

Who is the campus switch vendor?

B.

Is there a current RF survey report that you can share?

C.

What type of fiber connection Is used between the core and access layer switches?

D.

IS there enough cooling In the MDF?

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Question # 13

A global cruise line company needs to refresh its current fleet. They win refresh the insides' of the ship to be cost-effective and increase their sustain ability. They Mill replace the complete WLAN/LAN hardware of the ship. In this refresh, the company will not refresh Us current security requirements. The CIO also wants to limit the number of unused ports in the switches. Future expansion will always mean a refresh of hardware. They start with the smallest ship with a maximum of 800 guests

Each ship has a LAN infrastructure consisting of two core switches, up to 10 redundant distribution switches, and up to 500 access switches (400 cabins. 100 technical rooms). The Core switches are located in the MDF of the ship and the distribution switches are located in the IDFs of the ship. Each cabin and technical room gets one single access switch.

The cabling structure of the ship will not be refreshed. Each IDF is connected to the MDF by SMF. of which two pairs are available for the interconnect between the core and distribution. The length of SM fiber between MDF and IDF is less than 300 meters (930 ft) and the type used is 0S1. Each cabin is connected by a single 0M2 pair to the IDF. the maximum length is 60 meters (200 ft). Each technical room is connected by a single 0M2 pail to the IDF. with lengths between 100 and 150 meters (320 and 500 ft).

For each cabin/technical room the customer is looking to replace their current fan-less 2530/2540 without changing the requirements, except they need to upgrade the uplink to distribution switch to 10GbEto handle the increased network traffic, and the technical rooms need redundant power.

The WLAN infrastructure will be 1:1 refreshed without new cabling or new AP locations. Their WLAN Infrastructure is based on the 200/300 series Indoor and outdoor APs running instantOS (less than 300 APs). the customer has no change in WLAN requirements.

The cruise line company will replace its current Internet connection before the LAN/WLAN refresh. The new Internet connection will provide a 99.8% uptime, which is needed to ensure the paid guest Wi-Fi is always operational. With this new internet connection, the CIO of the cruise line wants to base the design on the ESP architecture from Aruba because Internet connection is guaranteed.

Based on the best practices, what should be recommended as the most cost-effective switch model tor the technical rooms?

A.

HPE Aruba Networking6300M 24p HPESmart Rate 1 G/2.5G/5G/1OG Class6 PoE and 2p 50G and 2 p 25G

B.

HPE Aruba Networking 6200M 36G 12SR5 ClassG PoE 4SFP*

C.

HPE Aruba Networking 6200M 24G Class- PoE 4SFP*

D.

Aruba 6300M 12p Classd PoE and 36p Class6 PoE HPE Smart Rate 1G/2.5G/5G and 2p SOG and Zp 10G

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Question # 14

ACME retail has 38 locations spread out across Ave US states and two provinces in Canada. They are looking to grow 20% over the next two years. They have an HO with a staff of 200 employees. The organization has eight Regional Managers and two VPs who work from home and the road. Stores typically have 17 employees on average per location.

The two warehouses have a remote loading system and 20 employees each to load the trucks and fulfill the online orders. The warehouse has 40-foot ceilings and large metal racks to store inventory. The main location is 240K sq ft (22300 st) m) and the Canadian warehouse Is 130K sq ft (12100 sq ml. The forkllfts on the loading docks are equipped with a wireless tablet on board.

A typical store Is reportedly about 60.000 sq ft (5575 sqm) and smaller stores are planned at 25.000 sq ft '2320 sq mi. The locations need to expand the abilities to vendors that need to add setup displays or Interactive kiosks in the stores. The current Infrastructure was installed In 2015 and used wireless N technology in a coverage model. The wiring is CatS. and they are unsure of the fiber connections. The inventory is all placed on the floor when it is delivered to the local store.

Inventory control is handled through Zebra barcode scanners, and they have had a lot of issues in getting signals throughout the stores and this makes monthly inventory difficult. The organization has a small help desk to troubleshoot issues that happen at the retail locations and PC support for the office. The company is looking to upgrade away from the current pbx system later this year. With the need to grow and cut costs, they are interested in moving the data to the cloud but need to get almost real-time inventory control for the online service to function.

The network has all been wired over the last ten years, but with the new systems being all wireless, they have seen the trend to offer wireless to all the vendors for their needs but also would like to allow employees, guests, and contractors all to use it. With the new IT director starting next week, the project has been set by the CTO of the company. The marketing group has asked how they can interact with the customers and get more info, while the IT support desk needs to cut staff in halt.

The. office has an MDF and two IDFs located on floors one and two. The HOF is in the basement, and you have multiple WAN circuits for the HO links. Each store has a local handoff from the cable company (Ethernet) In the middle of the store in the office, so distance for the wiring is not an issue.

The customer has budget concerns but does want something that could last 7+ years.

ACME Retail is using 4-post racks. Which rack mounting kit is better suited for this project?

A.

optional Aruba 2-pet Rack Mount Kit

B.

optional Aruba Universal 4-post Rack Mount Kit

C.

included Rack Mounting Kit

D.

optional Third Party 4-port Rack Mount Kit

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Question # 15

A global cruise line company needs to refresh its current fleet. They win refresh the insides' of the ship to be cost-effective and increase their sustain ability. They Mill replace the complete WLAN/LAN hardware of the ship. In this refresh, the company will not refresh Us current security requirements. The CIO also wants to limit the number of unused ports in the switches. Future expansion will always mean a refresh of hardware. They start with the smallest ship with a maximum of 800 guests

Each ship has a LAN infrastructure consisting of two core switches, up to 10 redundant distribution switches, and up to 500 access switches (400 cabins. 100 technical rooms). The Core switches are located in the MDF of the ship and the distribution switches are located in the IDFs of the ship. Each cabin and technical room gets one single access switch.

The cabling structure of the ship will not be refreshed. Each IDF is connected to the MDF by SMF. of which two pairs are available for the interconnect between the core and distribution. The length of SM fiber between MDF and IDF is less than 300 meters (930 ft) and the type used is 0S1. Each cabin is connected by a single 0M2 pair to the IDF. the maximum length is 60 meters (200 ft). Each technical room is connected by a single 0M2 pail to the IDF. with lengths between 100 and 150 meters (320 and 500 ft).

For each cabin/technical room the customer is looking to replace their current fan-less 2530/2540 without changing the requirements, except they need to upgrade the uplink to distribution switch to 10GbEto handle the increased network traffic, and the technical rooms need redundant power.

The WLAN infrastructure will be 1:1 refreshed without new cabling or new AP locations. Their WLAN Infrastructure is based on the 200/300 series Indoor and outdoor APs running instantOS (less than 300 APs). the customer has no change in WLAN requirements.

The cruise line company will replace its current Internet connection before the LAN/WLAN refresh. The new Internet connection will provide a 99.8% uptime, which is needed to ensure the paid guest Wi-Fi is always operational. With this new internet connection, the CIO of the cruise line wants to base the design on the ESP architecture from Aruba because Internet connection is guaranteed.

Based on best practices, what should you recommend as the correct optic type for the connection between the IDF and the technical rooms?

A.

Aruba 106 SFP- LC LRM 220 m MMF Transceiver

B.

Aruba 106 SFP+ LC SR 300 m MMF Transceiver

C.

Aruba 100 LC BID! 40 km-0 1330/1270 XCVR

D.

Aruba 10GBASE-T SFP- RJ-45 30 m Cat6A Transceiver

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Question # 16

Match thedeployment type with the usage scenario.

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Question # 17

What is the simple difference between a main distribution framework (MOF) closet and an intermediate distribution framework (IDF) closet?

A.

MOF is the point where traffic egresses the campus network, and IDFs distribute that connectivity throughout the building.

B.

MDFs always have larger rooms than IDFs.

C.

MDFs only connect to other MDFs. and IDFs only connect to other IDFs.

D.

MDF Is a term used in Europe whereas the Americas refer to all network closets as IDFs in their documentation.

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Question # 18

Based on this campus design, which layer is the most appropriate to be designed as a Border Persona, considering an EVPN VXLAN Fabric?

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Question # 19

ACME retail has 38 locations spread out across Ave US states and two provinces in Canada. They are looking to grow 20% over the next two years. They have an HO with a staff of 200 employees. The organization has eight Regional Managers and two VPs who work from home and the road. Stores typically have 17 employees on average per location.

The two warehouses have a remote loading system and 20 employees each to load the trucks and fulfill the online orders. The warehouse has 40-foot ceilings and large metal racks to store inventory. The main location is 240K sq ft (22300 st) m) and the Canadian warehouse Is 130K sq ft (12100 sq ml. The forkllfts on the loading docks are equipped with a wireless tablet on board.

A typical store Is reportedly about 60.000 sq ft (5575 sqm) and smaller stores are planned at 25.000 sq ft '2320 sq mi. The locations need to expand the abilities to vendors that need to add setup displays or Interactive kiosks in the stores. The current Infrastructure was installed In 2015 and used wireless N technology in a coverage model. The wiring is CatS. and they are unsure of the fiber connections. The inventory is all placed on the floor when it is delivered to the local store.

Inventory control is handled through Zebra barcode scanners, and they have had a lot of issues in getting signals throughout the stores and this makes monthly inventory difficult. The organization has a small help desk to troubleshoot issues that happen at the retail locations and PC support for the office. The company is looking to upgrade away from the current pbx system later this year. With the need to grow and cut costs, they are interested in moving the data to the cloud but need to get almost real-time inventory control for the online service to function.

The network has all been wired over the last ten years, but with the new systems being all wireless, they have seen the trend to offer wireless to all the vendors for their needs but also would like to allow employees, guests, and contractors all to use it. With the new IT director starting next week, the project has been set by the CTO of the company. The marketing group has asked how they can interact with the customers and get more info, while the IT support desk needs to cut staff in halt.

The. office has an MDF and two IDFs located on floors one and two. The HOF is in the basement, and you have multiple WAN circuits for the HO links. Each store has a local handoff from the cable company (ethernet) In the middle of the store in the office, so distance for the wiring is not an issue.

The customer has budget concerns but does want something that could last 7+ years.

Based on the best practices and customer requirements, what is the correct WLAN approach?

A.

Aruba OS10 AP and gateway deployment

B.

Instant OS 8 deployment

C.

Aruba OS10 AP only deployment

D.

Aruba OS8 campus deployment

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Question # 20

You hired a junior engineer to assist you with a large-scale network infrastructure project. The engineer has never worked on such a complex project 'ants to better understand the role that each role that each stakeholder will play in the project.

March the stakeholder title to the responsibilities that would most likely apply to their role.

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Question # 21

ACME retail has 38 locations spread out across Ave US states and two provinces in Canada. They are looking to grow 20% over the next two years. They have an HO with a staff of 200 employees. The organization has eight Regional Managers and two VPs who work from home and the road. Stores typically have 17 employees on average per location.

The two warehouses have a remote loading system and 20 employees each to load the trucks and fulfill the online orders. The warehouse has 40-foot ceilings and large metal racks to store inventory. The mainlocation is 240K sq ft (22300 st) m) and the Canadian warehouse Is 130K sq ft (12100 sq ml. The forkllfts on the loading docks are equipped with a wireless tablet on board.

A typical store Is reportedly about 60.000 sq ft (5575 sqm) and smaller stores are planned at 25.000 sq ft '2320 sq mi. The locations need to expand the abilities to vendors that need to add setup displays or Interactive kiosks in the stores. The current Infrastructure was installed In 2015 and used wireless N technology in a coverage model. The wiring is CatS. and they are unsure of the fiber connections. The inventory is all placed on the floor when it is delivered to the local store.

Inventory control is handled through Zebra barcode scanners, and they have had a lot of issues in getting signals throughout the stores and this makes monthly inventory difficult. The organization has a small help desk to troubleshoot issues that happen at the retail locations and PC support for the office. The company is looking to upgrade away from the current pbx system later this year. With the need to grow and cut costs, they are interested in moving the data to the cloud but need to get almost real-time inventory control for the online service to function.

The network has all been wired over the last ten years, but with the new systems being all wireless, they have seen the trend to offer wireless to all the vendors for their needs but also would like to allow employees, guests, and contractors all to use it. With the new IT director starting next week, the project has been set by the CTO of the company. The marketing group has asked how they can interact with the customers and get more info, while the IT support desk needs to cut staff in halt.

The. office has an MDF and two IDFs located on floors one and two. The HOF is in the basement, and you have multiple WAN circuits for the HO links. Each store has a local handoff from the cable company (ethernet) In the middle of the store in the office, so distance for the wiring is not an issue.

The customer has budget concerns but does want something that could last 7+ years.

The customer would like to host all the applications at the HO Data Center. Which design would meet the customer's requirements?

A.

Aruba SO-Branch Architecture

B.

Aruba 10K switch with Pensando

C.

Aruba Instant OS access points

D.

Aruba UXI Sensors

E.

HPE Comware switches

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