The company has just upgraded their access layer switches with AOS-CX switches and implemented
an AAA solution with ClearPass. The company has become concerned about what actually connects
to the user ports on the access layer switch, Therefore, the company is implementing 802.1X
authentication on the AOS-CX switches. An administrator has globally enabled 802.1X, and has
enabled it on all the access ports connected to user devices, including VoIP phones, security
cameras, and wireless Aruba IAPs. Wireless users are complaining that they successfully authenticate
to the IAPs; however, they do not have access to network resources. Previously, this worked before
802.1X was implemented on the AOS-CX switches.
What should the company do to solve this problem?
Examine the VSX-related configuration of the core layer AOS-CX switch:
A network administrator is troubleshooting a connectivity issue involving the VSX LAG (link
aggregation) between the core and access layer switch, during HW replacement of one of the core
Which configuration should the administrator add to the core switch to fix this issue?
Which protocol should be configured to allow NetEdit to discover third-party devices?
In AOS-CX switching, what determines when a frame is forwarded by the switch between the ingress
and the egress port?
An administrator will be implementing tunneling between AOS-CX switches and Aruba gateways.
Which list of protocols must minimally be allowed by an intermediate firewall between two sets of
A company is implementing AOS-CX switches at the access layer. The company wants to implement
access control for employees and guests.
Which security features will require a ClearPass server to be installed and used by the company?
An administrator implements interim accounting for guest users so that ClearPass can track the
amount of bandwidth that guests upload and download. Guests that abuse bandwidth consumption
should be disconnected from the network. The administrator configures the following on the AOS-CX
After performing this configuration, the administrator notices that guest users that have exceeded
the guest bandwidth limit are not being disconnected. Upon further investigation, Access Tracker in
ClearPass indicates a disconnect CoA message is being sent to the AOS-CX switch.
What is causing this issue?
The AOS-CX mobile app allows a network engineer or technician to perform which tasks? (Choose
What is required when implementing captive portal an AOS-CX switches?
What is a best practice concerning voice traffic and dynamic segmentation on AOS-CX switches?