Here you will find answers to Wireless Client Questions
When creating new configuration profiles in Cisco Secure Services Client, in what format are the files saved?
The Cisco Secure Services Client (Cisco SSC) generates an XML file that can be easily deployed network-wide to all client machines. This process is very secure and scalable, and still flexible enough to let users create their own personal connection profiles for private use.
Below is an example of the structure of a XML file. Notice that this configuration is only used for demonstration and is not created by the Cisco Secure Services Client software.
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How are application-specific devices differentiated from laptop computers in the way they support Cisco Compatible Extensions?
A. ASDs are required to support only CCXv1 and v2 features. Laptops must support all CCX features.
B. ASDs are required to support only CCXv5 management features, while laptops are optional features.
C. Several features that are required for laptops are not required for ASDs.
D. There is no differentiation. ASDs and laptops must both support the same CCX features.
Several features that are required for laptops are not required for application-specific devices (ASDs) that are used either exclusively or primarily for data applications. Data ASDs include data capture devices, PDAs, and printers. Voice ASDs include single mode, dual mode and smart phones. Every feature that is optional for an ASD is represented in the ASD field as Optional.
Which open standard defines the combination of Extensible Authentication Protocol with Advanced Encryption Standard for providing strong wireless LAN client security?
A. IEEE 802.1X
B. IEEE 802.11i
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Which client application utility allows wireless configuration on Linux platforms?
A. Airport Extreme
B. CiscoAironet Desktop Utility
C. Cisco Secure Services Client
E. Windows ZeroConfig
NetworkManager is a GUI that communicates directly with the hardware for Linux. It is distribution- and desktop environment-agnostic (that is, it works on distributions Ubuntu as well as on Fedora, and on KDE, as well as on Gnome and many others).