A customer has over 100 access layer switches. The customer requires user authentication done via the Aruba Dynamic Segmentation feature. What components are required to implement this solution? (Select two.)
A network architect is designing a new wireless solution for a company The company needs seamless roaming and client and AP active load balancing. The company also requires an Aruba Mobility Master (MM) to manage the wireless infrastructure. Which Aruba feature does the architect need to include in the design?
A network architect is designing a new wired and wireless solution for for a company. The company has two buildings on a campus, which each building has three floors. The campus core will be placed in the basement of Building 1. Each wiring closet has eight strands of multi-mode OM3 grade fiber that connect to a wiring closet of the first floor of the building it is contained, referred to as a main distribution frame (MDF). The maximum distance between a floor's wiring closet and the MDF is 100 feet (30 meters). The maximum distance between the two MDFs and the campus core is no more than 150 feet (45 meters). There are eight strands of multi-mode OM3 grade fiber from these two MDF closets to the campus core.
Based on this information, which type of design should be used and what is the maximum speeds supported all uplinks for the existing the multi-mode fiber?
A network architect needs to plan a new wireless network
A network architect has developed a design for a new Aruba Wi-Fi network that will include a hardware Mobility Master (MM) running the ArubaOS 8 4 operating system that will manage:
* Two clustered 7205 controllers with 300 campus APs
* Two clustered VMC-50 controllers with 75 remote APs
The architect plans on creating user roles, firewall policies, and wireless IPS policies on the controllers as well as implementing AirMatch. What would meet the license requirements for this scenario?