A company has an Aruba solution. The company wants to host a guest login portal with this
solution, and the login portal must give guests the option to create their own login accounts.
How can a network administrator help meet these criteria?
A. Choose the Internal captive portal with email registration option for the guest WLAN.
B. Make sure to create a guest provisioning account for the guest WLAN.
C. Disable authentication in the captive portal profile for the guest WLAN.
D. Choose ClearPass or the other external captive portal option for the guest WLAN.
A network administrator needs to configure firewall rules for three roles:
Several rules apply to both the Employee and Sales roles, but not to the Finance role. What is
the simplest way to configure these rules?
A. Define the Employee and Sales roles as internal roles, and then configure the rules as global
rules for internal users.
B. Apply these rules as a subnet-based policy, and then ensure that only Employee and Sales
users are assigned IP addresses in that subnet.
C. Select either the Employee or Sales role, and then configure these rules within the global
D. Create a policy with these rules, and then apply that policy to the Employee and Sales roles.
An Aruba Mobility Master (MM)-based solution has a WLAN that uses WPA2-Enterprise
security. A test login on a wireless client fails.
How can a network administrator determine whether the RADIUS server rejected the credentials
or another issue occurred?
A. View Technical Support information for the MM.
B. Ping the IP address configured as the RADIUS server.
C. Use the MM AAA Server Test Diagnostic tool.
D. Use the tools in the MM Dashboard > Security window.
What does an Aruba Mobility Master (MM) do before it deploys a configuration to a Mobility
A. It encrypts the configuration to be deployed and backs it up to a secure archive.
B. It obtains the current configuration, encrypts it, and backs it up to a secure archive.