Exam Deatils

  • Exam Code
    :300-360
  • Exam Name
    :Designing Cisco Wireless Enterprise Networks
  • Certification
    :CCNP Wireless
  • Vendor
    :Cisco
  • Total Questions
    :221 Q&As
  • Last Updated
    :Nov 26, 2019

Cisco CCNP Wireless 300-360 Questions & Answers

  • Question 1:

    An engineer is preparing for an indoor wireless LAN survey and is provisioning a survey kit. Which three pieces of equipment should be included? (Choose three.)

    A. integrated antenna access point

    B. tripod

    C. wireless range extender

    D. coax low-loss cable

    E. battery operated power supply

    F. Yagi antennas

  • Question 2:

    Refer to the exhibit. Which two statements about Cisco Prime Infrastructure are true? (Choose two.)

    A. Controllers must be synchronized with Cisco Prime Infrastructure for planning mode to work.

    B. It shows the map editor feature in Cisco Prime Infrastructure.

    C. It presents the recommended number of APs for the selected coverage area based on the selections made.

    D. Planning mode requires a special license in Cisco Prime Infrastructure.

    E. It shows the planning mode feature in Cisco Prime Infrastructure.

  • Question 3:

    You have been contacted by an existing Cisco wireless networking customer. The Big Oil Service Company wants to expand their Wi-Fi network outside their facility to their Pipe and Fittings Yard. The customer is in the oil field services business and provides consumable products to the oil drilling industry. The customer has been using hand-held scanners on their fleet of order-processing vehicles to ensure that the correct parts are collected for each order. The issue that the customer is experiencing is that the processing of customer orders is taking an excessive amount of time. Each time a new order is received, a paper pull-ticket is physically handed to the operator of an order-processing vehicle. If the specific vehicle cannot pull all the components of a customer order, they must physically hand-off the paper pull-ticket to another order-processing vehicle for completion. After the operator scans the parts to complete the order, they must drive back to the warehouse office to download the order information from the hand-held scanners into the order processing terminals. The current hand-held scanner can process only one order at a time. The company is upgrading to new scanners that operate in the 2.4 GHz spectrum and can process multiple orders simultaneously without any paper forms. The company wants you to validate a design that their internal IT staff has created for the Pipe and Fittings Yard. (See the enclosed Conceptual Network Diagram and a Proposed AP Placement Diagram of the Big Oil Services Company facility.) The Pipe and Fitting Yard has lights for operation at night. The lights are attached to the side of the Warehouse and Fabrication building and are on 40 foot concrete poles out in the yard and all the lights have 110V power. The RAP location is on the side of the Warehouse and Fabrication building below the roof line and just below the exterior light on the side of the building. The RAP will draw power from this light and will have a fiber optic connection back to a switch in the MDF in the office building. All the MAPs will be attached to the light poles in various locations around the Pipe and Fittings Yard. (See enclosed Proposed AP Placement Diagram.)

    The light poles in the Pipe and Fittings Yard are concrete to resist hurricane winds. What problem will the concrete poles pose for mounting the mesh APs?

    A. Each AP will require a single directional antenna to provide 360 degrees of coverage.

    B. A problem can result from the location where the mesh AP is mounted on the pole because the RF signal may not be able to penetrate the pole and provide 360 degrees of coverage.

    C. Any pole that will absorb or scatter the RF signal may require multiple Yagi antennas to provide 360 degrees of coverage.

    D. This mounting scheme is typical and will not result in any coverage issues using an omnidirectional antenna/

  • Question 4:

    You have been contacted by an existing Cisco wireless networking customer. The Big Oil Service Company wants to expand their Wi-Fi network outside their facility to their Pipe and Fittings Yard. The customer is in the oil field services business and provides consumable products to the oil drilling industry. The customer has been using hand-held scanners on their fleet of order-processing vehicles to ensure that the correct parts are collected for each order. The issue that the customer is experiencing is that the processing of customer orders is taking an excessive amount of time. Each time a new order is received, a paper pull-ticket is physically handed to the operator of an order-processing vehicle. If the specific vehicle cannot pull all the components of a customer order, they must physically hand-off the paper pull-ticket to another order-processing vehicle for completion. After the operator scans the parts to complete the order, they must drive back to the warehouse office to download the order information from the hand-held scanners into the order processing terminals. The current hand-held scanner can process only one order at a time. The company is upgrading to new scanners that operate in the 2.4 GHz spectrum and can process multiple orders simultaneously without any paper forms. The company wants you to validate a design that their internal IT staff has created for the Pipe and Fittings Yard. (See the enclosed Conceptual Network Diagram and a Proposed AP Placement Diagram of the Big Oil Services Company facility.) The Pipe and Fitting Yard has lights for operation at night. The lights are attached to the side of the Warehouse and Fabrication building and are on 40 foot concrete poles out in the yard and all the lights have 110V power. The RAP location is on the side of the Warehouse and Fabrication building below the roof line and just below the exterior light on the side of the building. The RAP will draw power from this light and will have a fiber optic connection back to a switch in the MDF in the office building. All the MAPs will be attached to the light poles in various locations around the Pipe and Fittings Yard. (See enclosed Proposed AP Placement Diagram.)

    The light poles in the Pipe and Fitting Yard are 40 feet tall. Where should the MAP APs be mounted on the pole?

    A. On the top of the light poles will be fine, all the order processing vehicles average 10 feet tall.

    B. The MAPs must be placed 35 feet from the yard floor.

    C. The MAPs must be placed at the same height as the RAP to facilitate good line-of-sight.

    D. The MAPs must be placed at a height that is a 15 degree down angle from the RAP.

  • Question 5:

    You have been contacted by an existing Cisco wireless networking customer. The Big Oil Service Company wants to expand their Wi-Fi network outside their facility to their Pipe and Fittings Yard. The customer is in the oil field services business and provides consumable products to the oil drilling industry. The customer has been using hand-held scanners on their fleet of order-processing vehicles to ensure that the correct parts are collected for each order. The issue that the customer is experiencing is that the processing of customer orders is taking an excessive amount of time. Each time a new order is received, a paper pull-ticket is physically handed to the operator of an order-processing vehicle. If the specific vehicle cannot pull all the components of a customer order, they must physically hand-off the paper pull-ticket to another order-processing vehicle for completion. After the operator scans the parts to complete the order, they must drive back to the warehouse office to download the order information from the hand-held scanners into the order processing terminals. The current hand-held scanner can process only one order at a time. The company is upgrading to new scanners that operate in the 2.4 GHz spectrum and can process multiple orders simultaneously without any paper forms. The company wants you to validate a design that their internal IT staff has created for the Pipe and Fittings Yard. (See the enclosed Conceptual Network Diagram and a Proposed AP Placement Diagram of the Big Oil Services Company facility.) The Pipe and Fitting Yard has lights for operation at night. The lights are attached to the side of the Warehouse and Fabrication building and are on 40 foot concrete poles out in the yard and all the lights have 110V power. The RAP location is on the side of the Warehouse and Fabrication building below the roof line and just below the exterior light on the side of the building. The RAP will draw power from this light and will have a fiber optic connection back to a switch in the MDF in the office building. All the MAPs will be attached to the light poles in various locations around the Pipe and Fittings Yard. (See enclosed Proposed AP Placement Diagram.)

    MAP 5 has four possible paths to the RAP. The first path is through MAP 7 that has a SNR of 120 dB and an EASE of 212418 and a connection to MAP 6 with an SNR of 120 dB and an EASE of 212418 and a connection to the RAP that has

    a SNR of 120 dB and an EASE of 212418.

    The second path is through MAP 4 that has a SNR of 78 dB and an EASE of 477846 and a connection from MAP 4 to the RAP that has a SNR of 78 dB and an EASE of 477846. The third path is through MAP 3 that has a SNR of 78 dB and

    an EASE of 386212 and a connection to MAP 4 that has a SNR of 78 and an EASE of 477846 and a connection to the RAP with a SNR of 78 dB and an EASE of 386212. The fourth path is through MAP 6 that has a SNR of 120 dB and an

    EASE of 212418.

    Which option is the parent MAP and what is the corrected EASE? (Choose two.)

    A. MAP 4

    B. 424836

    C. MAP 6

    D. 477846

    E. 386212

    F. MAP 3

  • Question 6:

    You have been contacted by an existing Cisco wireless networking customer. The Big Oil Service Company wants to expand their Wi-Fi network outside their facility to their Pipe and Fittings Yard. The customer is in the oil field services business and provides consumable products to the oil drilling industry. The customer has been using hand-held scanners on their fleet of order-processing vehicles to ensure that the correct parts are collected for each order. The issue that the customer is experiencing is that the processing of customer orders is taking an excessive amount of time. Each time a new order is received, a paper pull-ticket is physically handed to the operator of an order-processing vehicle. If the specific vehicle cannot pull all the components of a customer order, they must physically hand-off the paper pull-ticket to another order-processing vehicle for completion. After the operator scans the parts to complete the order, they must drive back to the warehouse office to download the order information from the hand-held scanners into the order processing terminals. The current hand-held scanner can process only one order at a time. The company is upgrading to new scanners that operate in the 2.4 GHz spectrum and can process multiple orders simultaneously without any paper forms. The company wants you to validate a design that their internal IT staff has created for the Pipe and Fittings Yard. (See the enclosed Conceptual Network Diagram and a Proposed AP Placement Diagram of the Big Oil Services Company facility.) The Pipe and Fitting Yard has lights for operation at night. The lights are attached to the side of the Warehouse and Fabrication building and are on 40 foot concrete poles out in the yard and all the lights have 110V power. The RAP location is on the side of the Warehouse and Fabrication building below the roof line and just below the exterior light on the side of the building. The RAP will draw power from this light and will have a fiber optic connection back to a switch in the MDF in the office building. All the MAPs will be attached to the light poles in various locations around the Pipe and Fittings Yard. (See enclosed Proposed AP Placement Diagram.)

    Why is the MAP 1 at the north end of Pipe Bin A unable to connect to the RAP directly?

    A. Over 60% of the Fresnel zone between the two devices is blocked.

    B. There is no direct line-of-sight between the two devices.

    C. The EASE is 48678 for the RAP.

    D. The delay is too great (100 ms) from the RAP.

  • Question 7:

    An engineer must gather requirements for an upcoming wireless design in a manufacturing facility. Which requirement causes concerns for the customer?

    A. lossless roaming capability

    B. email connectivity

    C. high throughput multimedia applications

    D. intermittent web traffic

  • Question 8:

    An engineer is gathering design requirements from a customer for an upcoming RF design. Which format is the highest quality that floor plans can be requested in?

    A. CAD

    B. JPEG

    C. PNG

    D. GIF

  • Question 9:

    An engineer has received CleanAir alarms for non-Wi-Fi interferers affecting the wireless network. Which OSI Layer does the engineer investigate to locale the source of these interferers?

    A. Layer 1

    B. Layer 2

    C. Layer 3

    D. Layer 7

  • Question 10:

    You are optimizing a wireless network that is configured to support IPv6. Which setting do you use to provide first-hop security for the IPv6 clients that use the WLAN?

    A. the DHCPv6 Server Guard

    B. the Router Advertisement guard

    C. the IPv6 Source Guard

    D. Router Advertisement throttling

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