PW0-071 Certified Wireless Technology Specialist Sales Exam Set 3

As a salesperson, you have been contacted by an automobile dealership that currently manages each of their 5 SOHO-class access points individually. The owner of the dealership contracts his nephew for the dealership's network administration, but the nephew admits to a limited knowledge of WLAN technology. The dealership owner and his nephew want you to advise them on how they can simplify the management of their wireless network. You tell them that they are currently managing __________ access points, and they could consider _____________ to ease the management burden.


Options are :

  • MIMO; copying one configuration file and importing it into the other access points
  • Autonomous; a WLAN controller-based architecture B. Mesh; a Wireless Network Management System
  • Controller-based; a WLAN controller to manage their current access points
  • Root; installing a Wireless Intrusion Protection System (WIPS) for management

Answer : Autonomous; a WLAN controller-based architecture B. Mesh; a Wireless Network Management System

How do Wi-Fi routers differ from Wi-Fi access points?


Options are :

  • Wi-Fi routers allow wireless users to connect to a wired network, but Wi-Fi access points do not.
  • Wi-Fi routers offer advanced security options, but Wi-Fi access points are only capable of basic security.
  • Wi-Fi routers allow wireless users to talk to other wireless users, but Wi-Fi access points do not.
  • Wi-Fi routers are comprised of both a router and an access point within the same hardware.

Answer : Wi-Fi routers are comprised of both a router and an access point within the same hardware.

PW0-071 Certified Wireless Technology Specialist Sales Exam Set 2

Wi-Fi certified network devices can operate in what frequency band(s)?


Options are :

  • 5.8 GHz only
  • 2.4 GHz only
  • 900 MHz, 2.4 GHz, and 5 GHz
  • 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz

Answer : 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz

What wireless network access technology is used to cover a city with 802.11 or another wireless networking technology?


Options are :

  • WLAN
  • WPAN
  • WMAN
  • WWAN

Answer : WMAN

Simple antenna diversity mitigates the adverse effects caused by which common Wi-Fi problem?   


Options are :

  • Hidden node
  • Co-channel interference
  • Multipath
  • RF signal absorption

Answer : Multipath

CWNA-106 Certified Wireless Network Administrator Exam Set 4

What type of protection does a lightning arrestor provide to a Wi-Fi system? 


Options are :

  • Absorption of the energy induced by direct lightning strikes
  • Protection from direct lightning strikes
  • Redirection of transient current due to nearby lightning strikes
  • Prevention of direct lightning strikes

Answer : Redirection of transient current due to nearby lightning strikes

As part of a pre-deployment manual RF site survey, your manager has assigned to you the task of documenting security and interference details about existing WLANs in the building. What is the best tool for locating and collecting information about existing APs in the building? 


Options are :

  • Predictive analysis software
  • Spectrum analyzer
  • Wireless protocol analyzer
  • Wi-Fi client utilities

Answer : Wireless protocol analyzer

Which statement best defines SNR?   


Options are :

  • The technology used to detect objects using RF waves
  • The frequency of the RF signal compared to that of an interferer
  • The difference between the noise floor and a signal's strength
  • The absolute measurement of signal strength at the receiver

Answer : The difference between the noise floor and a signal's strength

CWNA-106 Certified Wireless Network Administrator Exam Set 2

What is used as a relative measurement of signal strength at the receiving client on an 802.11 wireless LAN? 


Options are :

  • dBm
  • Watt
  • Milliwatt
  • RSSI

Answer : RSSI

Which scenario represents an improper installation for an AP with low-gain omnidirectional antennas? 


Options are :

  • Placed on a centrally-located desk in a small office
  • Placed above the doorway, at one end of a long hallway
  • Placed on the ceiling, near the center of a meeting room
  • Mounted near the middle of a small branch office

Answer : Placed above the doorway, at one end of a long hallway

In what situation is an RF site survey LEAST needed? 


Options are :

  • Office with 3 APs in a multi-tenant building
  • Wi-Fi hot-spot with 10 APs at an airport
  • Telecommuters using a single "remote AP" at home
  • Wi-Fi network with 100 APs at a hospital

Answer : Telecommuters using a single "remote AP" at home

PW0-270 Certified Wireless Analysis Professional (CWAP) Exam Set 5

Given: In Single-Channel Architecture (SCA) systems, multiple access points can use the same BSSID. This feature allows for the creation of a network-wide virtual access point that can be applied across multiple physical access points operating on the same channel. What benefit does this solution offer? 


Options are :

  • Transmissions travel farther since they are repeated by other APs
  • A wider variety of available security mechanisms are available
  • The virtual AP can be managed using a WIPS platform
  • Client stations do not have to make roaming decisions

Answer : Client stations do not have to make roaming decisions

What two factors are used to calculate the wavelength of an RF wave? (Choose 2)

A. Frequency

B. Speed of light

C. Amplitude

D. Phase 


Options are :

  • A,D
  • B,C
  • C,D
  • A,B

Answer : A,B

What tool is best suited for locating and identifying sources of RF interference, such as microwave ovens? 


Options are :

  • Spectrum analyzer
  • Wireless protocol analyzer
  • Wi-Fi client utilities
  • Predictive analysis software

Answer : Spectrum analyzer

PW0-104 Wireless LAN Administration Certified Practice Exam Set 1

What statement accurately describes an advantage of manual RF site surveys over predictive site surveys? 


Options are :

  • Manual site surveys are more efficient than predictive site surveys in large facilities because GPS mapping can be used
  • Manual site surveys are more accurate than predictive site surveys because they take advantage of complex computer simulations
  • Manual site surveys are useful for locating and identifying sources of RF interference, while predictive site surveys are not capable of this task.
  • Manual site surveys allow the site surveyor to create a static RF environment, whereas predictive site surveys are subject to changes in the RF environment.

Answer : Manual site surveys are useful for locating and identifying sources of RF interference, while predictive site surveys are not capable of this task.

A software-based site survey tool sold by your company allows your customers to determine access point coverage and optimum placement within a facility without visiting the facility.

What is the term that most accurately describes this type of site survey? 


Options are :

  • Predictive Modeling
  • Graphical Assessment
  • Automated Calibration
  • Dynamic Virtualization
  • None

Answer : Predictive Modeling

In order to assess your customer's Wi-Fi network needs, you have arranged an initial meeting with your customer's representatives and your systems engineer. So that you can request cooperation and input from all stakeholders, which individuals from your customer's company should you invite to this functional requirements meeting? (Choose 2)

A. Network administrator

B. Wireless end users

C. Director of Human Resources

D. Software engineering manager

E. Facilities manager 


Options are :

  • A,B
  • None
  • A,E
  • C,D
  • B,D

Answer : A,E

PW0-071 Certified Wireless Technology Specialist Sales Exam Set 3

Given: You are performing a site survey using software that simulates RF behavior in a defined environment. It uses a floor plan and materials information for its calculations.

What kind of site survey is performed using this method? 


Options are :

  • Active
  • Predictive
  • Manual
  • Passive

Answer : Predictive

In preparation for site surveys, your company is creating a questionnaire that will help you understand your customer's client connectivity requirements. What question is NOT appropriate for your company's pre-survey questionnaire? 


Options are :

  • What applications will be used by Wi-Fi client devices on the wireless network?
  • What types of Wi-Fi client devices will be connected to the wireless network?
  • How will Power over Ethernet (PoE) be supplied to Wi-Fi client devices?
  • How many concurrent Wi-Fi client connections are expected on the wireless network?

Answer : How will Power over Ethernet (PoE) be supplied to Wi-Fi client devices?

Wi-Fi certified network devices can operate in what frequency band(s)?   


Options are :

  • 2.4 GHz only
  • 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz
  • 900 MHz, 2.4 GHz, and 5 GHz
  • 5.8 GHz only

Answer : 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz

PW0-104 Wireless LAN Administration Practice Exam Set 5

How do Wi-Fi routers differ from Wi-Fi access points?   


Options are :

  • Wi-Fi routers offer advanced security options, but Wi-Fi access points are only capable of basic security.
  • Wi-Fi routers allow wireless users to talk to other wireless users, but Wi-Fi access points do not.
  • Wi-Fi routers are comprised of both a router and an access point within the same hardware.
  • Wi-Fi routers allow wireless users to connect to a wired network, but Wi-Fi access points do not.

Answer : Wi-Fi routers are comprised of both a router and an access point within the same hardware.

Manufacturers design hardware used for wireless LANs based on a common set of criteria or rules known as standards. The name of the organization responsible for creating 802.11 WLAN standards is what?   


Options are :

  • IETF
  • WiMAX Forum
  • Wi-Fi Alliance
  • IEEE

Answer : IEEE

Given: Your branch office AP is configured with WPA2-Personal, and you have decided that CWTS4me is a good passphrase. You have also configured your laptop with the same passphrase, which is used by the access point to validate the laptop's identity when it attempts to connect to the WLAN.

What is this process of identity validation called? 


Options are :

  • Activation
  • Association
  • Affiliation
  • Authentication

Answer : Authentication

PW0-204 Certified Wireless Security Professional (CWSP) Exam Set 1

As a new salesperson for ABC Company's Golden Gate division, you are tasked with selling Wi-Fi equipment. While evaluating the manufacturer's specifications for a specific Wi-Fi device, you read that this device supports 802.1X/EAP. What capability does this feature provide?   


Options are :

  • User identity validation
  • Power Save functionality
  • QoS for multimedia applications
  • Air Time Fairness

Answer : User identity validation

What is a difference between an Infrastructure Basic Service Set (BSS) network and an Ad Hoc network? 


Options are :

  • An Ad Hoc network allows only legacy security options such as WEP. A BSS allows the creation of a robust security network (RSN) using security methods such as WPA2-Personal.
  • In an Ad Hoc network, only one WLAN controller is used. A BSS allows multiple WLAN controllers to be connected together to form a mobility domain.
  • In a BSS, an access point is used for connectivity to the wired network infrastructure. In an Ad Hoc network, client stations communicate directly with each other.
  • A BSS is recommended for enterprise WLANs, while Ad Hoc deployments are recommended for small and medium businesses.

Answer : In a BSS, an access point is used for connectivity to the wired network infrastructure. In an Ad Hoc network, client stations communicate directly with each other.

What layer of the OSI reference model is responsible for data framing for a given physical layer technology?   


Options are :

  • Data Link
  • Transport
  • Network
  • Session

Answer : Data Link

PW0-270 Certified Wireless Analysis Professional (CWAP) Exam Set 5

ABC Corporation has decided to deploy their first Wi-Fi network in their corporate headquarters. ABC prepared for adding a Wi-Fi network by installing PoE-capable Ethernet switches in their wiring closets. What type of PoE implementation is this? 


Options are :

  • Endpoint
  • Power line
  • Injector-based
  • Mid span

Answer : Endpoint

Select the statement that correctly describes the Wi-Fi Alliance's primary role in the WLAN industry.   


Options are :

  • The Wi-Fi Alliance creates compliance standards around which vendors can develop products.
  • The Wi-Fi Alliance tests and certifies product inter operability based upon standards created by the IEEE.
  • None of the above
  • The Wi-Fi Alliance ensures interoperability of band selection and power settings across regulatory domains.
  • The Wi-Fi Alliance is a WLAN industry analyst firm that reports market trends and developments.

Answer : The Wi-Fi Alliance tests and certifies product inter operability based upon standards created by the IEEE.

You are hired by ABC Company to recommend an appropriate solution for their wireless network. They would like to operate in the 2.4 GHz ISM frequency band and will require data throughput in excess of 10 Mbps. To meet that need, you recommend equipment compliant with the ______ or ______ amendments to the 802.11 standard. (Choose 2)

A. 802.11a

B. 802.11b

C. 802.11i

D. 802.11g

E. 802.11n   


Options are :

  • A,B
  • A,C
  • C,D
  • D,E

Answer : D,E

PW0-270 Certified Wireless Analysis Professional (CWAP) Exam Set 1

When implementing a wireless LAN, what is the area covered by an AP and usable by a client station called? 


Options are :

  • Basic Service Area
  • Infrastructure Basic Service Set
  • Service Set Identifier
  • Independent Basic Service Set

Answer : Basic Service Area

Given: Several users are required to transfer files among themselves in a conference room. No APs are available for connections to the network infrastructure. All users have laptops with 802.11 wireless adapters installed and operational.

What can you implement to allow users to transfer files when 802.11 adapters are available, but no wireless LAN infrastructure is accessible?   


Options are :

  • BSS
  • ESS
  • BSSID
  • IBSS

Answer : IBSS

As a salesperson, you have been contacted by an automobile dealership that currently manages each of their 5 SOHO-class access points individually. The owner of the dealership contracts his nephew for the dealership's network administration, but the nephew admits to a limited knowledge of WLAN technology.

The dealership owner and his nephew want you to advise them on how they can simplify the management of their wireless network. You tell them that they are currently managing __________ access points, and they could consider _____________ to ease the management burden.   


Options are :

  • Autonomous; a WLAN controller-based architecture
  • Root; installing a Wireless Intrusion Protection System (WIPS) for management
  • MIMO; copying one configuration file and importing it into the other access points
  • Mesh; a Wireless Network Management System

Answer : Autonomous; a WLAN controller-based architecture

PW0-105 Certified Wireless Network Administrator CWNA Exam Set 1

The two most common modes of WLAN discovery are passive scanning, where a client station listens for _________ frames, and active scanning, where a client sends and receives _________ frames. 


Options are :

  • Beacon ; Probe
  • Data ; Null
  • SSID ; Management
  • Probe Response ; Broadcast

Answer : Beacon ; Probe

What wireless network access technology is used to cover a city with 802.11 or another wireless networking technology?   


Options are :

  • WPAN
  • WLAN
  • WWAN
  • WMAN

Answer : WMAN

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