ProCurve Secure Mobility Solutions 6.41
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QUESTION 1 What sources of user identity are directly
supported by the user import feature in Identity Driven
Manager? (Select three.)
A. XML file
B. CSV file
C. RADIUS server
D. LDAP server
E. SQL database
F. ODBC database
G. Windows Active Directory
Answer: A, D, G
QUESTION 2 At a customer site, you are configuring
web authentication for guest users who will uthenticate
through a Wireless Edge Services xl Module. Users
associating with the Guest SSID will receive addresses
in the range of 192.168.64.0/24 and will be associated
with VLAN 64. Why is it necessary to assign an IP
address in the range of 192.168.64.0/24 to the VLAN
64 interface on the Wireless Edge Services xl Module?
A. to enable clients to communicate with the VLAN
64 default gateway
B. to enable client browsers to be redirected to the
web authentication page
C. to enable the Wireless Module to act as a RADIUS
client for VLAN 64 users
D. to enable the Wireless Module to communicate with
ProCurve Manager Plus
QUESTION 3 At a customer site, an administrator has
changed the configuration for the Inventory Access
Profile in Identity Driven Manager so that users will
be associated with VLAN 64 instead of VLAN 48. However,
when users log on, they are still assigned to VLAN
48. Which step is necessary to correct this error?
A. Deploy the policy to the realm.
B. Manually re-discover VLAN 64.
C. Delete VLAN 48 from ProCurve Manager Plus.
D. Re-import affected users into Identity Driven Manager.
QUESTION 4 At a customer site, PCM+/IDM shows two
realm names for an Active Directory domain. One is
the company's domain name, ABC.com. The other realm
name is the NetBIOS name, ABC. How should the administrator
correct this configuration?
A. Wait for automatic realm discovery to resolve the
B. Delete both realms and force a manual realm discovery.
C. Define the NetBIOS name as an alias for the other
realm and delete the NetBIOS name.
D. Delete the realm name based on the domain name
and force a manual realm discovery.
QUESTION 5 At a customer site, you note that the address
variables for a Secure Access 700wl system include
two entries for @INTRANET@. How will the system interpret
this variable in Allowed Traffic Filters?
A. The system will use the default value.
B. The system will use the user-defined value.
C. The system will merge the values into a single
D. The system will use the value that appears last
in the table.
QUESTION 6 Under what circumstances does a client
of the Secure Access 700wl series require a real IP
address? (Select two.)
A. The client is configured with a static IP address
that is not valid on the secure network.
B. The client uses peer-to-peer applications that
require peers to sometimes initiate conversations.
C. The client must be contacted from within the secure
network for management and administration.
D. The client is connected to an xl Access Controller
Module that is in a different subnet than the Access
E. The client cannot obtain an address in the system's
default address range because all available addresses
are in use.
Answer: B, C
QUESTION 7 Which ProCurve radio device features a
built-in RADIUS server?
A. Radio Port 210
B. Radio Port 230
C. Access Point 420
D. Access Point 530
QUESTION 8 Which ProCurve secure mobility solution
provides an interface for setting user access policies
applied at switch ports as well as wireless access
A. Mobility Manager
B. Identity Driven Manager
C. Secure Access 700wl series
D. Wireless Edge Services xl Module
QUESTION 9 A customer site requires a new wireless
network with 19 access points. The customer is evaluating
solutions based on the Wireless Edge Services xl Module
and on standalone AP 530s. Why is the Wireless Module
a superior solution for the deployment of multiple
A. The Wireless Module supports 802.1X authentication.
The standalone AP solution supports only web authentication.
B. The Wireless Module provides centralized management
and configuration for all associated RPs. The standalone
AP solution requires separate configuration of each
C. The Wireless Module supports Layer 2 roaming. The
standalone AP solution provides no roaming support.
D. The Wireless Module provides PoE for associated
RPs. The standalone AP solution requires purchase
of a separate PoE switch, such as a ProCurve 2600-PWR.