New CWDP Certification CWDP-303 Exam Available
We all know that the old CWDP certification CWDP-302 exam has been retired on November 30, 2018, and the new replacement test is CWDP-303 exam. So CWDP-303 is current exam for CWDP certification. Before you decide to earn this CWDP certification, you must have a current and valid CWNA credential. You need to take CWDP certification CWDP-303 exam at Pearson VUE test center.
CWDP-303 exam information is helpful in your preparation.
In real Certified Software Business Analyst CWDP-303 exam, there are 60 multiple choice. You have 90 minutes to complete the test. The exam language is English. CWDP-303 exam cost is $275. CWDP certification is valid for 3 years.
CWDP-303 exam objectives are the fist step for you to prepare.
Certified Wireless Design Professional (CWDP) has the knowledge and skill set required to manage the entire WLAN design life cycle: defining, designing, deploying, and diagnosing. CWDP-303 exam objectives cover the following 4 sections.
Define Specifications for the WLAN 25%
Design the WLAN 45%
Deploy the WLAN 10%
Validate and Optimize the WLAN 20%
CWDP-303 training questions help you test the objectives.
We provide the latest CWDP-303 training questions, which can help you test the above exam objectives. Share some CWDP-303 training questions below. You can have a try.
1.You are validating association capabilities from clients to an 802.1X/EAP secure SSID. The RADIUS server’s IP address is 10.100.50.25 and the default RADIUS authentication port is used. When testing them, none of the clients are able to associate to the SSID. Troubleshooting the WLAN infrastructure, you found out that the server is up and the RADIUS service is up as well, but the authenticator is not able to communicate properly with the server.What’s your next troubleshooting step?
A. Verify that the shared secret between the authenticator and the RADIUS server is correct
B. Reboot the clients
C. Reboot the server
D. Restart the RADIUS service
2.During lunch time in the break room of a company, Wi-Fi connectivity on the 2.4 GHz band is intermittent. Every other time of the day, it works fine.What’s the likely cause of this issue?
A. Employees are using their cell data instead of using the Wi-Fi
B. The AP in the cafeteria keeps rebooting due to lack of PoE budget on the switch
C. Toasters and ovens are heating up the air, raising the noise floor with the Wi-Fi on the 2.4 Ghz band
D. Microwaves in the cafeteria are interfering with the Wi-Fi on the 2.4 GHz band
3.After deploying a 5 GHz-only WLAN infrastructure in the USA, using 20 MHz channel-widths and all 25 available channels, one of the managers of the company brings his 802.11n tablet to the office to test the Guest SSID. While testing, there were several spots where we would get poor RSSI (below -80dBM) or none at all. You checked the WLAN infrastructure and all APs are up and running and you’ve validated coverage after deployment.What is causing this issue?
A. His tablet doesn’t support the 5 GHz band
B. His tablet only supports a 40 MHz channel-width
C. His tablet does not support one or more of the 5 GHz channels
D. His tablet doesn’t support MU-MIMO
There are 60 Q&As in our full version of CWDP-303 training questions, which can guarantee you success in the first attempt.
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