Conducting Cisco Unified
Wireless Site Survey (CUWSS) v2.0
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An initial meeting has been scheduled
for a proposed site survey of a customer headquarters
location. Which four types of information would be
valuable to collect prior to the formal kickoff meeting?
A. Site type (urban, suburban,
external environmental sensitivity, etc.)
B. Business type
C. Number of years in business
D. Number of customers
E. Products and services
F. Building type
G. Plans for branch expansion
H. Number of branch locations
The customer had a 802.11b/g WLAN site
survey and installation two years ago with the final
service performing as expected. Since that time, the
customer has experienced modest customer growth while
maintaining employee headcount. New wireless
applications are being evaluated along with a possible
temporary headcount increase, but the current WLAN
performance has noticeable performance degradation. What
is the most likely cause of the WLAN performance
A. They have added a second
microwave to the break room.
B. A new coffee shop with a
wireless hotspot has opened across the street.
C. The customer has expanded
their shipping capacity by 50%.
D. Employees are now using
their smart phones and tablets in the office.
You are working with a client that
owns a six-story building in Charlotte, N.C. They occupy
the bottom three floors, and currently have a wired LAN.
They have contacted you to perform a WLAN site survey of
their facility. Which three issues do you need to take
into consideration before performing the site survey?
A. How many other organizations
occupy the building?
B. Does the customer facility
have a multistory atrium or lobby?
C. Protocol type required,
client types in place, and client density?
D. Is WLAN coverage required in
E. How many equipment closets
do they have per floor and does the infrastructure all
run back to a central location?
F. How much signal bleedthrough
is permissible between floors?
G. How much WLAN experience
does the customer IT staff have?
You have been contacted by a
medium-sized hospitality company that has 50 hotels.
They would like to upgrade their existing WLAN in each
hotel to 802.11n. While performing the site surveys for
each hotel, what are the issues that you need to take
into consideration when determining the locations for
A. Selecting AP locations where
power is already available.
B. Selecting APs that can be
hidden in ceiling panels to provide a secure and clean
C. Selecting locations that are
easily accessed so maintenance and upgrades can be
D. Selecting locations that
make visual assessment of the AP operation easy.
During the site survey kick-off
meeting with your customer, they ask why you need to
verify the existing network infrastructure. Which two
reasons do you give them? (Choose two.)
A. You need to verify the make,
model, and software versions of all the equipment that
will connect to the WLAN components in order to ensure
B. You need to verify that the
equipment the WLAN components will connect to has
sufficient memory capacity to support the additional
C. You need to verify that
there are sufficient switch ports to support the new
D. You need to verify that the
switches the WLAN components will connect to can supply
802.3af inline power, and that they have sufficient
ports to support all the new WLAN devices.
E. Depending on the type of APs
that are planned for, the deployment may require
different types of PoE to be supplied by the LAB
After having the kick-off meeting for
a new site survey project with your customer, which
three factors need to be considered prior to beginning a
WLAN site survey? (Choose three.)
A. Will an additional trip to
the facility to perform the initial walkthrough be
B. How much time should be
allocated to survey the locations for the controllers?
C. Will any additional
regulatory or safety training be required to complete
the site survey?
D. Is access available to all
areas of the customer facility where the WLAN is planned
to be deployed?
E. Which types of controllers
and switches will be required to fully conduct the site
survey in all areas of the customer facility?
F. Is access available to
customer employees so that initial interviews can be
The customer has an existing 802.11b/g
network with Cisco 2500 controllers. The customer would
like to migrate to an 802.11a/b/g/n WLAN. Which network
infrastructure issue might impact client performance in
this proposed controller-based solution?
A. The additional application
load placed on servers by 802.11n clients.
B. A bottleneck may occur if
the access switch port to the AP only supports 100 Mb/s
C. The additional load placed
on a RADIUS server by 802.1X authentication traffic on
the first work day of each week.
D. The added delay WDS imposes
on the client when they roam from one AP to another.
You have a multinational customer that
would like you to perform a wireless site survey for a
new manufacturing facility in Singapore. They have had a
local vendor install a point-to-point wireless bridge
link between two buildings 1 km apart. The ground
between the buildings is flat but because facilities are
in the mountains, dense fog is an issue. There are no
line of sight issues between the buildings. The link is
experiencing errors and throughput issues. Currently the
two radios are set to operate at 2.4 GHz and the
transmit power is set to 7 dBm with 7 dBm antennas. What
do you need to take into consideration when performing
the site survey for this link?
A. Change the radio power to 17
B. Change the radio power to 20
dBm and replace with a 16 dBm antenna.
C. Change the radio power to 29
D. Change the radio power to 13
Which option allows the maximum
2.4-GHz channel usage for a survey and data deployment
in the ETSI domain?
A. 1, 6, 11
B. 1, 5, 9, 13
C. 1, 6, 9, 14
D. 1, 6, 11, 14
Which two issues do access and
backhaul radios experience in mesh networks? (Choose
A. The access radio has to
connect to two or several points.
B. The access cell usually
covers more area at ground level that may have more
sources of reflection and interference.
C. The access cell radio range
is larger than the backhaul radio range, which causes
the backhaul cell radio to suffer from more
D. Backhaul radios are a
bottleneck for throughput.
E. RAPs help MAPs avoid
When designing a WLAN, AP placement is
important. How would you rank the density of APs needed
to support location services versus data and voice
A. Voice and data services both
require a higher density of APs than location services.
B. Data services have a lower
density of APs compared to location services, but more
C. Voice services have the
highest density of APs over location and data services.
D. Data services have the
lowest density of APs compared to location services,
which has the highest density.