Download Certified Wireless Analysis Professional.CWAP-403.TestInside.2019-03-26.59q.vcex

Vendor: CWNP
Exam Code: CWAP-403
Exam Name: Certified Wireless Analysis Professional
Date: Mar 26, 2019
File Size: 33 KB
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Question 1
Which one of the following should be the first step when troubleshooting a WLAN issue?
  1. Identify capture locations
  2. Identify probable causes
  3. Perform an initial WLAN scan and see if any obvious issues stand out
  4. Define the problem
Correct answer: D
Question 2
Which one of the best following is an advantage of using display filters instead of capture-time filters?
  1. Display filters allow for focused analysis on just the packets of interest
  2. Once created display filters are reusable for later captures
  3. Display filters only hide the packets from view and the filtered packets can be enabled for view later
  4. Multiple display filters can be applied simultaneously
Correct answer: A
Explanation:
display filters allow you to focus on things of interest and to ignore things you don't care about. Reference: https://searchnetworking.techtarget.com/tip/How-to-manage-Wireshark-display-filters
display filters allow you to focus on things of interest and to ignore things you don't care about. 
Reference: https://searchnetworking.techtarget.com/tip/How-to-manage-Wireshark-display-filters
Question 3
Using a portable analyzer you perform a packet capture next to a client STA and you can see that the STA is associated to a BSS. You observe the STA sending packets to the AP and the AP sending packets to the STA. Less the 2% of all packets are retransmissions. You move to capture packets by the AP and, while the retry rate is still very low, you now only see unidirectional traffic from the AP to the client. How do you explain this behavior?
  1. There is a transmit power mismatch between the client and the AP and while the client can hear the APs traffic, the AP cannot hear the client.
  2. The portable analyzer has a lower receive sensitivity than the AP and while it can’t capture the packets from the client STA, the AP can receive them OK.
  3. The STA is transmitting data using more spatial streams than the potable analyzer can support
  4. The portable analyzer is too close to the AP causing CCI, blinding the AP to the client’s packets
Correct answer: B
Question 4
Given a protocol analyzer can decrypt WPA2-PSK data packets providing the PSK and SSID are configured in the analyzer software. 
When performing packet capture (in a non-FT environment) which frames are required in order for PSK frame decryption to be possible?
  1. Authentication
  2. Reassociation
  3. 4-Way Handshake
  4. Probe Response
Correct answer: C
Question 5
When configuring a long term, forensic packet capture and saving all packets to disk which of the following is not a consideration?
  1. Total capture storage space
  2. Individual trace file size
  3. Real-time packet decodes
  4. Analyzer location
Correct answer: B
Question 6
You are performing a multiple adapter channel aggregation capture to troubleshoot a VoIP roaming problem and would like to measure the roaming time from the last VoIP packet sent on the old AP’s channel to the first VoIP packet sent on the new AP’s channel. Which timing column in the packet view would measure this for you?
  1. Delta
  2. Absolute
  3. Roaming
  4. Relative
Correct answer: C
Question 7
Protocol analyzers may present field values in either binary, decimal or hexadecimal. What precedes a hexadecimal value to indicate it is hexadecimal?
  1. 0x
  2. %
  3. HEX
  4. 16x
Correct answer: A
Question 8
Which one of the these is the most important in the WLAN troubleshooting methodology among those listed?
  1. Interview the network manager about the issues being experienced
  2. Talk to the end users about their experiences
  3. Observe the problem
  4. Obtain detailed knowledge of the wireless vendors debug and logging options
Correct answer: C
Question 9
The network administrator at ABC Engineering has taken a large packet capture from one of their APs running in monitor mode. She has very little knowledge of 802.11 protocols but would like to use the capture file to evaluate the overall health and performance of their wireless network. 
When she asks your advice, which tool do you recommend she opens the packet capture file with?
  1. Capture visualization tool
  2. Protocol analyzer
  3. Spectrum analyzer
  4. WLAN scanner
Correct answer: B
Question 10
802.11k Neighbor Requests and Neighbor Reports are sent in what type of Management Frames?
  1. RRM
  2. Action
  3. Beacon
  4. Reassociation Request and Reassociation Response
Correct answer: C
Question 11
Which one of the following should be the first step when troubleshooting a WLAN issue?
  1. Identify capture locations
  2. Identify probable causes
  3. Perform an initial WLAN scan and see if any obvious issues stand out
  4. Define the problem
Correct answer: D
Question 12
Which one of the best following is an advantage of using display filters instead of capture-time filters?
  1. Display filters allow for focused analysis on just the packets of interest
  2. Once created display filters are reusable for later captures
  3. Display filters only hide the packets from view and the filtered packets can be enabled for view later
  4. Multiple display filters can be applied simultaneously
Correct answer: A
Explanation:
display filters allow you to focus on things of interest and to ignore things you don't care about. Reference: https://searchnetworking.techtarget.com/tip/How-to-manage-Wireshark-display-filters
display filters allow you to focus on things of interest and to ignore things you don't care about. 
Reference: https://searchnetworking.techtarget.com/tip/How-to-manage-Wireshark-display-filters
Question 13
Using a portable analyzer you perform a packet capture next to a client STA and you can see that the STA is associated to a BSS. You observe the STA sending packets to the AP and the AP sending packets to the STA. Less the 2% of all packets are retransmissions. You move to capture packets by the AP and, while the retry rate is still very low, you now only see unidirectional traffic from the AP to the client. How do you explain this behavior?
  1. There is a transmit power mismatch between the client and the AP and while the client can hear the APs traffic, the AP cannot hear the client.
  2. The portable analyzer has a lower receive sensitivity than the AP and while it can’t capture the packets from the client STA, the AP can receive them OK.
  3. The STA is transmitting data using more spatial streams than the potable analyzer can support
  4. The portable analyzer is too close to the AP causing CCI, blinding the AP to the client’s packets
Correct answer: B
Question 14
Given a protocol analyzer can decrypt WPA2-PSK data packets providing the PSK and SSID are configured in the analyzer software. 
When performing packet capture (in a non-FT environment) which frames are required in order for PSK frame decryption to be possible?
  1. Authentication
  2. Reassociation
  3. 4-Way Handshake
  4. Probe Response
Correct answer: C
Question 15
When configuring a long term, forensic packet capture and saving all packets to disk which of the following is not a consideration?
  1. Total capture storage space
  2. Individual trace file size
  3. Real-time packet decodes
  4. Analyzer location
Correct answer: B
Question 16
You are performing a multiple adapter channel aggregation capture to troubleshoot a VoIP roaming problem and would like to measure the roaming time from the last VoIP packet sent on the old AP’s channel to the first VoIP packet sent on the new AP’s channel. Which timing column in the packet view would measure this for you?
  1. Delta
  2. Absolute
  3. Roaming
  4. Relative
Correct answer: C
Question 17
Protocol analyzers may present field values in either binary, decimal or hexadecimal. What precedes a hexadecimal value to indicate it is hexadecimal?
  1. 0x
  2. %
  3. HEX
  4. 16x
Correct answer: A
Question 18
Which one of the these is the most important in the WLAN troubleshooting methodology among those listed?
  1. Interview the network manager about the issues being experienced
  2. Talk to the end users about their experiences
  3. Observe the problem
  4. Obtain detailed knowledge of the wireless vendors debug and logging options
Correct answer: C
Question 19
The network administrator at ABC Engineering has taken a large packet capture from one of their APs running in monitor mode. She has very little knowledge of 802.11 protocols but would like to use the capture file to evaluate the overall health and performance of their wireless network. 
When she asks your advice, which tool do you recommend she opens the packet capture file with?
  1. Capture visualization tool
  2. Protocol analyzer
  3. Spectrum analyzer
  4. WLAN scanner
Correct answer: B
Question 20
802.11k Neighbor Requests and Neighbor Reports are sent in what type of Management Frames?
  1. RRM
  2. Action
  3. Beacon
  4. Reassociation Request and Reassociation Response
Correct answer: C
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