Vendor: Cisco Exam Code: 200-355 Exam Name: Implementing Cisco Wireless Network Fundamentals Version: Demo300-075 dumps 300-320 dumps DEMO QUESTION 1 Refer to the exhibit. A customer has enabled the primary DNS server to return the correct controller IP address in response to a CISCO-CAPWAP-CONTROLLER.localdomain request coming from new access points associating to the wireless network. The access points seem to still be receiving the wrong IP address and cannot associate to the primary controller. Why are the access points receiving the wrong IP information? 300-208 dumps A. The DHCP option 43 has an incorrect controller IP address configured. B. The DNS server must be configured to respond to CISCO-LWAPP- CONTROLLER.localdomain request. C. The controller and wireless action point need to be Layer 2 adjacent. D. The controller must be configured for DHCP option 15 request 300-135 dumps Correct Answer: A QUESTION 2 A customer has ordered a Cisco 5760 Wireless Controller. What speed and quantity of ports are needed for full-speed operation? A. 6 x 1 Gb B. 6 x 10 Gb C. 2 x 10 Gb D. 2 x 1 Gb E. 8 x 1 Gb F. 8 x 10 Gb 400-251 dumps Correct Answer: B QUESTION 3 Which three items do you need to establish a wireless connection to an enterprise wireless network? (Choose three.) A. SSID name B. RF channel C. RF signal D. 802.1X/EAP credentials 210-065 dumps E. pre-shared key F. web page G. WPA/WPA2 settings Correct Answer: ACD 300-206 dumps QUESTION 4 The network administrator receives complaints of slow wireless network performance and performs a sniffer trace of the wireless network in preparation for migration to 802.11n. The sample capture shows frames that contains AP beacons with NonERP_Present bit set to 1 and frames with RTS/CTS. Which two conclusions can be interpreted from these frames? (Choose two.) 300-070 dumps A. The network is performing slowly because 802.11n clients are already mixed with 802.11g clients. B. The network is performing slowly because 802.11b clients still exist in the network. C. The network is performing slowly because a wireless client is incorrectly configured, which results in RF interference. D. Possible 802.11b wireless clients are located only in the AP cell radius where the sniffer capture was performed. E. Possible 802.11b wireless clients could be located anywhere in the wireless network. 300-209 dumps Correct Answer: BE QUESTION 5 Which architecture is used to divide the roles between the access point and the WLC when deploying a centralized wireless solution? A. Split MAC B. CAPWAP C. LWAPP D. Local MAC 300-360 dumps Correct Answer: A QUESTION 6 A customer is reviewing Cisco Prime Infrastructure to identify malicious rogue access points that are operating within the customer environment. Which dashboard in Cisco Prime Infrastructure displays this information by default? 642-998 dumps A. Context Aware B. CleanAir C. Security D. General Correct Answer: C 210-451 dumps QUESTION 7 When an AP, in its default configuration mode, connects to a Cisco WLC, which methods are available forremote management access to an AP? 400-351 dumps A. SSL and SSH are available only after configuration by a Cisco WLC version 7.0. B. SSH only C. HTTPS, and SSH D. SSH and Telnet E. SSH and Telnet are available only after configuration by a Cisco WLC version 7.0. 300-370 dumps Correct Answer: D QUESTION 8 During the deployment of a wireless network for data and location services, an engineer is to fine-tune the location services. What is this type of survey called? A. passive fingerprinting 400-101 dumps B. passive calibrating C. active fingerprinting D. active calibrating Correct Answer: A 400-051 dumps QUESTION 9 Which two Cisco WLC management-access methods are available as the default setting? (Choose two.) A. SSH B. HTTPS C. Telnet D. HTTP 400-201 dumps Correct Answer: AB QUESTION 10 Which two statements about the requirements to configure inter-controller roaming are true? (Choose two.) A. The same mobility domain names are configured across controllers. 200-125 dumps B. The same RF group names are configured across controllers. C. The same controller hardware version is configured across controllers. D. The same AP manager interface is configured across controllers. E. The same virtual interface is configured across controllers. F. The same controller software version is configured across controllers. 100-105 dumps Correct Answer: AE QUESTION 11 Which Cisco AnyConnect module allows troubleshooting for core Cisco AnyConnect problems? 210-260 dumps A. telemetry B. web security C. VPN D. NAM E. DART F. posture G. CSSC Correct Answer: E 300-115 dumps Refer to the exhibit. The wireless engineer has deployed the Cisco 5508 Wireless Controller. The controller is responding on the service port; however, it will not respond on the management interface. Which configuration revision will fix the management interface? 200-105 dumps A. On the switch interface, configure switch(config-if)#switchport trunk allowed vlan add 10. B. On the WLC management interface, disable LAG on the management network. C. On the switch interface, configure switch(config-if)#switchport trunk allowed vlan 10. D. On the WLC management interface, change the VLAN ID to 20. E. On the switch interface, configure no spanning-tree portfast trunk. F. On WLC Controller > General, disable LAG and reboot. 200-310 dumps Correct Answer: A QUESTION 13 Which statement about ZigBee technology is true? A. It has low power consumption. B. It is designed only for point-to-point communications. 210-060 dumps C. It ranges up to 250 meters. D. It supports data rates up to 1 and 2 Mb/s.Correct Answer: A QUESTION 14 What must be done for Cisco WLC and Cisco WCS to communicate? A. The IP address and subnet mask of the Cisco WLC must be configured in the Cisco WCS. B. The IP address and subnet mask of the Cisco WCS must be configured in the Cisco WLC. C. The identity certificate of the Cisco WLC must be added to the Cisco WCS. D. The Cisco WLC and Cisco WCS must exchange identity certificates. Correct Answer: A 300-075 dumps QUESTION 15 What three components must be the same on a controller and the RADIUS server when adding a RADIUS server to a WLC? (Choose three.) A. Username B. Shared Secret C. Index Priority D. Port Number E. IP Address F. Network Mask Correct Answer: BDE QUESTION 16 A lightweight AP has been deployed in local mode in a network that consists of 10 wireless LAN controllers in a single mobility group. The AP has been configured to use primary, secondary, and tertiary Cisco WLCs. Due to a major power failure, all those Cisco WLCs are unavailable. Which step does the AP take next? A. The AP reboots and repeatedly attempts to join the configured primary, secondary, and tertiary Cisco WLCs in that order. The process continues until one of the configured Cisco WLCs is available. B. The AP attempts to join a Cisco WLC configured as a master controller. C. The AP attempts to join the Cisco WLC that has the greatest capacity available. D. The AP state transitions to AP Fallback Mode and continues to provide limited WLAN services (that is, no new client authentications) until a Cisco WLC is available. Correct Answer: B QUESTION 17 What AnyConnect module can be used to provide a detailed scan list of the Wi-Fi environment? A. DART B. Telemetry C. Web Security 210-250 dumps D. NAM E. Posture Correct Answer: A QUESTION 18 What is the equivalent of 26 dBm in milliwatts? 210-255 dumps A. 4 mW B. 40 mWC. 100 mW D. 400 mW E. 1000 mW Correct Answer: D QUESTION 19 A customer wants to deploy Cisco Cloud Wireless architecture with 802.11ac capabilities. Which access points would meet the customers' requirements? (Choose two.) A. Cisco 3700 Access Points B. Cisco MR34 Access Points C. Cisco MR18 Access Points D. Cisco 3600 Access Points E. Cisco MR72 Access Points F. Cisco 1570 Access Points G. Cisco MR26 Access Points Correct Answer: BE QUESTION 20 The administrator needs to create a report that shows all controllers, APs, and Cisco 3300 Series MSEs in the WLAN, including hardware and software information. Which report includes this information? A. Device > Inventory B. Mesh > Nodes C. Network Summary > Executive Summary D. Network Summary > 802.11 Summary Correct Answer: A

Notre Dame….Why Not?

Ru-dy! Ru-dy! Ru-dy! My sons (7 & 8 years old at the time) watched the TV screen with big smiles on their faces cheering on Rudy. Tyler, my oldest, fell in love with the tradition and the mystique of Notre Dame. In the movie “Rudy” the main character struggles to achieve his dream of playing football for Notre Dame after attempting, and failing, several times to be accepted into the school. Tyler was rooting for Rudy all through the movie and as the ending credits were rolling is when my son said, “I want to go to Notre Dame!” We have always expressed to our boys that with hard work and commitment they can achieve anything.

Dreams and goals are important to have at any age. However, they seem to be that much more magical when a child has a dream or a goal. With those dreams and goals, will come people that lend support and others that try to shoot those dreams down. After a recent experience my son Tyler had in middle school, I thought I would share.

It was a typical Friday afternoon and I was picking up my middle schooler from school. He got in the car and I asked him the usual questions.

Me: How was your day? Do you have any homework?

Son: No HW but our counselor met with us today to discuss goals for the future.

I thought this was great that counselors are meeting with the students to develop their goals for the future. Any parent would love that!  He talked with his counselor and it went something like this.

Counselor: What are your main goals and are you considering going to college?

 Son: First goal is to go to Notre Dame, second to get an athletic scholarship, and third maybe play  Major League Baseball!

 Counselor: You know, you should try to choose a more realistic attainable goal.

Son: No, I am going to Notre Dame.  I know that I have to work hard and get good grades to do so.

Needless to say I was disappointed and vexed that a school counselor could say that to one of her students. I wanted to go to the school and talk to her about the situation.  The conversation continued with my son.

Me:  What!! So let me understand. She wants you to have a realistic goal.  You know that she is completely out of her mind! You can go to Notre Dame! I need to go talk to this counselor and let her know what’s up.

Son: You know mom it’s no big deal. I know I will go to a big college and when I do, I will make sure that my counselor knows this and hopefully my counselor will not say this to another kid.

Me: What she said to you is wrong and really a counselor should be supporting your goals. I’m glad you understand how what she said is completely inappropriate and not true.

As much as I wanted to, I did not confront the school or the counselor about this. Tyler asked me not to and I realized that he gets it and is able to communicate and handle situations in an appropriate way.

notre dame

 Is it realistic for a Hispanic boy to want to go to Notre Dame? What is a realistic goal?  And who decides what is realistic and what an attainable goal should be?  I  believe it cannot be decided by anyone but the person who establishes their own goal.  The reality is that my son knows what he wants and what he has to do to get there.  What he learned from this is that there will be people who will get in your way and do not believe in you and the bottom line is believe in yourself.  So I leave you with this Tyler, be proud of who you are, who you are becoming and as the Notre Dame motto goes “Play Like a Champion.”


Latina Mama Rama


  1. How sad that that counselor would say something to discourage him. That just frustrates me when I hear stuff like that. Good thing he’s got a good head on his shoulders and has a mom who believes in him! Why can’t he go to Notre Dame?! I tell my kids hard work will take them a long way!

    • Yes, it is very sad and frustrating. We talk to both our boys about hard work too. As moms we need to continue to talk to our kids about what they can achieve. Thanks Michelle for visiting.

  2. Keep pushing your son! And tell him to keep claiming his future goals! I absolutely hate when counselors say stuff like that. One of my best friends was told by our counselor in high school that she wasn’t college material, this made me upset in high school! You don’t tell children this at all!!!! It should actually be against everything they stand for to do stuff like this!!!

  3. Awww! He’s so sweet! Hubby loves Notre Dame’s football team. It will be nice to hear that your son was accepted into that school and got to play baseball like he wanted to! I hope you are blogging then so you can tell it and reference this post! Thanks so much for the support on Countdown in Style! Don’t forget to come back to see if you are featured! xo

  4. Ignore the counselor, Ophelia. I had high school counselor who told me that because I attended senior ditch day (yet had done all of my homework and classwork before hand AND turned it in), it was a bad precedent to set in my life and that “character trait” would follow me into the future. I had respected him until then, having also been my coach at one point in time. I think counselors just have to say “something”… yet this younger generation doesn’t really know what hard work is, so would rather give him another goal that she knows he can attain, as for him to not experience disappointment. Overall, guidance counselors seem to be meant for those who need extra help, not those who are doing well (IMO). I would love for my son to have the desire to go to a top school! My only advice is that he needs to change his 1, 2, 3 to 2, 1, 3… only because an athletic scholarship would help him pay for Notre Dame!

    Thanks for sharing and linking up with Countdown in Style! Don’t forget to come back on Friday to see if you were featured!


    • Thank you April for your kind words! I hope he continues to have the drive and I know he will accomplish his goal. I love your link up Countdown in Style!

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