642-747 IUWMS Implementing Cisco Unified Wireless Mobility Services

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Exam Number 642-747 IUWMS
Last day to test: September 21, 2016
Associated Certifications CCNP Wireless
Duration 90 minutes (50 – 60 questions)
Available Languages English
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The IUWMS Implementing Cisco Unified Wireless Mobility Services exam is the exam associated with the CCNP Wireless certification. This exam assesses a candidate’s capability to integrate mobility services into the WLAN, to tune and troubleshoot the WLAN, and to implement indoor enterprise mesh networks. Candidates can prepare for this exam by taking the IUWMS Implementing Cisco Unified Wireless Mobility Services course

The Implementing Cisco Unified Wireless Mobility Services (IUWMS) version 2.0 exam is a 90-minute test with 55−75 questions that are associated with the Cisco CCNP® Wireless certification. This exam assesses a candidate’s ability to integrate mobility services into the WLAN, tune and troubleshoot the WLAN, and implement indoor enterprise mesh networks. The exam is closed book and no outside reference materials are allowed.

The following topics are general guidelines for the content likely to be included on the exam. However, other related topics may also appear on any specific delivery of the exam. In order to better reflect the contents of the exam and for clarity purposes, the guidelines below may change at any time without notice.

1.0 Implement Location-Based Services 20%

1.1 Describe the impact of distributed antenna systems (DAS) for location-based services

1.2 Tracking mobile clients
1.2.a Active RFID tag
1.2.b Wi-Fi devices
1.2.c Active interferers

1.3 Describe the applications of RFID, chokepoint, and TDoA tags
1.3.a Compare and contrast Cisco WCS and third-party applications

1.4 Calibrate RSSI for the Cisco and third-party implementation

1.5 Configure, generate, and interpret location and event notifications

1.6 Configure and tune the mobility services engine (SNMP impact on network traffic and platform hardware)
1.6.a NMSP

1.7 Design AP and antenna deployment model for location

1.8 Describe location techniques
1.8.a Angulations
1.8.b Cell of origin
1.8.c TDoA and ToA lateration
1.8.d RSS lateration
1.8.e Pattern recognition
1.8.f RF fingerprinting

2.0 Design and Deploy WLAN Infrastructure for Mobility 23%

2.1 Configure single SSID designs with mobility
2.1.a AP group VLANs
2.1.b Identity based networking (IBN)
2.1.c Single SSID and multiple WLAN

2.2 Analyze implications of layer 2 and layer 3 roaming
2.2.a Avoid salt and pepper deployment
2.2.b Minimize inter controller roaming
2.2.c Mobility tunneling

2.3 Implement high availability
2.3.a Legacy primary, secondary, and tertiary
2.3.b Backup primary and backup secondary outside of mobility group
2.3.c Enhanced timers
2.3.d AP fallback
2.3.e AP prioritization
2.3.f Anchor controller redundancy
2.3.g RF redundancy: coverage hole, RRM, and double AP

2.4 Troubleshoot AP join process using the following solutions
2.4.a AP console debug
2.4.b AP console configuration
2.4.c WLC debug
2.4.d WLC logs
2.4.e Switch port, DHCP, and VLAN

2.5 Implement the following Cisco unified wireless best practices
2.5.a LAG versus port-based
2.5.b RF groups
2.5.c H-REAP
2.5.d AP count; per-subnet limitation
2.5.e Client subnet sizing considerations
2.5.f Per WLAN client limit
2.5.g Office extend
2.5.h Passive client

2.6 Define and implement mobility groups and mobility lists
2.6.a AP regulatory domain flexibility
2.6.b 24/48/72 WLC mobility size

2.7 Adjust authentication and EAP timers

2.8 Tune RF environment for context-aware services
2.8.a Data rates
2.8.b Transmit power levels and thresholds
2.8.c Channels and DCA
2.8.d Band select
2.8.e Cisco Client link

2.9 Troubleshooting inter controller communications
2.9.a Mobility group formation
2.9.b RF group formation
2.9.c Inter controller roaming

3.0 Implement Cisco MSE Architecture 22%

3.1 Describe Cisco MSE capabilities and integration with wireless network architecture
3.1.a Context aware
3.1.b Adaptive wireless IPS
3.1.c Guest tracking
3.1.d Spectrum intelligence
3.1.e Scalability

3.2 Deploy context-aware services for specific environments
3.2.a Mixed-use environments
3.2.b Complex RF environments
3.2.c Small areas
3.2.d Timing issues
3.2.e Adjusting history and location parameters
3.2.f Multi floor facilities
3.2.g Recalibration

3.3 Integrate third-party applications
3.3.a Server engines
3.3.b Licensing
3.3.c Common API

3.4 Integrate and manage MSE with Cisco WCS
3.4.a Install and synchronize
3.4.b Location
3.4.c Enable tracking
3.4.d Define the MSE parameters
3.4.e Understand advanced parameters

3.5 Maintain MSE
3.5.a Database clean up
3.5.b Database back-up and restore
3.5.c Upgrade

3.6 Troubleshoot MSE operations
3.6.a Debug of NMSP
3.6.b Debug of controller
3.6.c Location accuracy tool
3.6.d Debug RFID

4.0 Implement and Manage Indoor and Outdoor Mesh 17%

4.1 Describe wireless mesh and its benefits

4.2 Describe the following mesh operation modes
4.2.a RAP
4.2.b MAP
4.2.c Ethernet bridge functionality for mesh

4.3 Implement mesh
4.3.a Hop count
4.3.b Backhaul caveats (throughput rates, QoS, path properties)
4.3.c Secondary backhaul
4.3.d AP authorization (MAC filter entry)
4.3.e Utilize WLC CLI
4.3.f Outdoor RF considerations

4.4 Describe mesh convergence
4.4.a Cisco AWPP
4.4.b Bridge group names
4.4.c Parent selection
4.4.d Understand re-convergence

4.5 Utilize Cisco WCS for mesh monitoring
4.5.a Add mesh APs to map
4.5.b Utilize mesh tree view
4.5.c Utilize Cisco WCS mesh tools
4.5.d Generate mesh reports

4.6 Utilize workgroup bridges
4.6.a Cisco WCS management for workgroup bridges
4.6.b Differences between workgroup and universal bridges
4.6.c Considerations for using workgroup bridges

5.0 Implement Advanced Services and Manage with Cisco WCS and Navigator 18%

5.1 Install and maintain Cisco WCS and navigator and perform the following tasks:
5.1.a Add Cisco WCS
5.1.b Add controllers
5.1.c Adding APs
5.1.d Adding maps

5.2 Describe Navigator’s role, features, and functions

5.3 Implement Cisco WCS partitioning and Navigator domains

5.4 Implement time-of-day AP power savings

5.5 Implement scheduled WLAN availability

5.6 Create and customize Cisco WCS reports

5.7 Configure background tasks

5.8 Configure and apply controller and access point templates

5.9 Monitor and convert autonomous APs

5.10 Configure WLC auto provisioning

5.11 Utilize configuration auditing in Cisco WCS


QUESTION 1
Which two issues may need to be considered when using DAS to support location-tracking
services? (Choose two.)

A. Third-party antennas may reduce RF cell size but provide location accuracy.
B. Additional monitor-mode APs may be necessary to obtain desired location accuracy.
C. Wi-Fi RF channel selection is critical when using DAS if multiple wireless services are
supported in the same antenna group.
D. Multiple connections are required into a common DAS for 802.11n support.
E. Linear DAS deployment can reduce your location accuracy.

Answer: B,E

Explanation:


QUESTION 2
Which issue may lead to inconsistent wireless client locations being reported by Cisco WCS v7.0?

A. Roaming between APs is controlled by different controllers.
B. A mix of APs is configured for monitor and local mode.
C. The wireless client does not transmit a probe request to all channels.
D. The wireless client is not compliant with Cisco Compatible Extensions.
E. The wireless client does not associate.

Answer: C

Explanation:


QUESTION 3
Which three options describe ways in which the Cisco Compatible Extensions S36 message is
used in Cisco WLC v7.0? (Choose three.)

A. for WGB location
B. by Cisco WCS for calibration
C. for location tracking of wireless tags
D. only on 802.11b/g/n
E. on 802.11a/b/g/n
F. by Cisco Compatible Extensions v4 and above
G. by Cisco Compatible Extensions v2 and above

Answer: B,E,G

Explanation:


QUESTION 4
You have a customer interested in adding RFID tags to track the movement of containers of work
in process in their manufacturing facility. Which type of RFID tags and which Wi-Fi band are most
appropriate using their existing Cisco Unified Wireless Network based on v7.0? (Choose two.)

A. passive RFID tags
B. semipassive RFID tags
C. active RFID tags
D. 900 MHz
E. 2.4 GHz
F. 5 GHz

Answer: C,E

Explanation:


QUESTION 5
A calibration model has been created for a specific floor in Cisco WCS v7.0. Which two events are
more likely to affect location accuracy and compel a new calibration? (Choose two.)

A. additional local mode APs installed
B. changes in office interior walls location and type
C. additional monitor mode APs installed
D. change in inventory type stocked in warehouse
E. compass direction change in omnidirectional antenna

Answer: B,D

Explanation:

 

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