Refer to the exhibits.
Exhibit 1. Existing wiring plan:
Exhibit 2. Current proposal:
A customer has a building that needs a switch upgrade. The customer would like at least 20Gbps for the uplink bandwidth out of each closet. The building writing plan is shown in Exhibit 1. The customer will not consider any cable upgrades at this point. The current proposal is shown in Exhibit 2.
Which correction must architect make to the proposal to meet the customer requirements?
What is one customer requirement that can drive the need for a relatively dense AP deployment, in which the coverage areas of at least three AP radios overlap?
Refer to the exhibit.
An architect has planned the wireless and wired access layers for a network upgrade. The entire solution must support 9,000 wireless devices and 2,250 wired endpoints.
The campus core must meet these requirements:
no more than 4:1 oversubscription on the links to the data center
near instant failover if one core switch fails
link aggregations between access layer and core
same switch software used across the entire campus
Which exhibit shows a campus core that meets the customer needs?
A customer has an existing Aruba network, which currently supports up to 9,000 wireless client devices. The existing network includes these components:
Four 7210 MCs
Five 7030 MCs
The customer wants to convert to an ArubaOS 8.x architecture. The architect plans to deploy a virtual MM.
Which exhibit shows the correct BOM for the MM?
A customer has multiple medium and large branch sites, each of which requires between 8 and 16 APs and supports between 200 and 600 wireless clients. Every branch site has an internet connection, which it uses to reach the central data center. The customer would prefer the WAN links to be optimized in the solution.
Each side handles between 1 and 2 Gbps of traffic, most of which goes to the central data center. The data center has 7210 controllers for terminating the VPN connections.
Which branch office solution best meets the customer needs?