Read this scenario thoroughly, and then answer each question that displays on the right side of the screen.
An architect proposes these products for a customer who wants a wireless and wired upgrade:
Aruba 2930M switches at the access layer
Aruba 5406R switches at the core
Aruba 7205 Mobility Controllers (MCs), deployed in a cluster
Aruba Mobility Master (MM)
Aruba ClearPass Cx000V
The architect also needs to propose a security plan for the solution. The customer has 900 employees and up to 30 guests a day. The customer wants to protect the internal perimeter of the network with authentication and simple access controls. The customer is most concerned about wireless security, but also wants to ensure that only trusted users connect on the wire. However, the customer also wants all wired traffic to be forwarded locally on access layer switches. The customer already has a third-party firewall that protects the data center.
The customer wants to use certificates to authenticate user devices, but is concerned about the complexity of deploying the solution. The architect should recommend a way to simplify. For the most part users connect company-issued laptops to the network. However, users can bring their own devices and connect them to the network. The customer does not know how many devices each user will connect, but expects about two or three per-user. DHCP logs indicate that the network supports a maximum of 2800 devices.
Refer to the provided scenario. Based on the plan for wired authentication, what is a correct plan for wired user VLANs?
- A: use the MCs to assign wired users to their VLANs, and extend the VLANs to a Layer 3 switch connected to the MC
- B: specify the VLANs in network policies on AirWare, and ensure that both the switches and MCs are managed by AirWare
- C: assign wired users to different VLANs from wireless users, based on port or role assignments on access layer switches. Extend the VLANs to the core.
- D: configure the same roles on switches and MCs to place wired and wireless users in the same VLANs. Extend VLANs from access layer switches to the core.