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Which access point mode allows a supported AP to function like a WLAN client would, associating and identifying client connectivity issues?

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Which access point mode allows a supported AP to function like a WLAN client would, associating and identifying client connectivity issues?

  • A . client mode
  • B . SE-connect mode
  • C . sensor mode
  • D . sniffer mode

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Suggested Answer: C

Explanation:

As these wireless networks grow especially in remote facilities where IT professionals may not always be onsite, it becomes even more important to be able to quickly identify and resolve potential connectivity issues ideally before the users complain or notice connectivity degradation. To address these issues we have created Cisco’s Wireless Service Assurance and a new AP mode called “sensor” mode. Cisco’s Wireless Service Assurance platform has three components, namely, Wireless Performance Analytics, Real-time Client Troubleshooting, and Proactive Health Assessment. Using a supported AP or dedicated sensor the device can actually function much like a WLAN client would associating and identifying client connectivity issues within the network in real time without requiring

an IT or technician to beon site.

Reference: https://content.cisco.com/chapter.sjs?uri=/searchable/chapter/content/dam/en/us/td/docs/wireless/controller/technotes/8-5/b_Cisco_Aironet_Sensor_Deployment_Guide.html.xml

   
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