Refer to the exhibit
A network administrator deploys a standalone Mobility Controller (MC) and configures some VAPs within the CAMPUS AP group. The network administrator realizes that none of the VAPs are being broadcasted.
Based on the output shown in the exhibit, what should the network administrator do to solve this problem?
A software development company has 764 employees who work from home. The company also has small offices located in different cities throughout the world. During working hours, they use RAPs to connect to a datacenter to upload software code as well as interact with databases.
In the past two month, cabling issues have occurred connection to the 7240XM Mobility Controller (MC) that runs ArubaOS 8 and terminates the RAPs. These RAPs disconnect, affecting the users connected to the RAPs. This also causes problems with code uploads and database synchronizations. Therefore, the company decides to add a second 7240XM controller for redundancy.
How should the network administrator deploy both controllers in order to provide the redundancy while preventing failover events from disconnecting users?
Refer to the exhibit.
An organization provides WiFi access through a corporate SSID with an Aruba Mobility Master (MM) - Mobility Controller (MC) network that includes PEF functions. The organization wants to have a single firewall policy configured and applied to the employee role.
This policy must allow users to reach Web, FTP, and DNS services, as shown in the exhibit. Other services should be exclusive to other roles. The client NICs should receive IP settings dynamically.
Which policy design meets the organization’s requirements while minimizing the number of policy rules?