Several new coverage cells are required to improve the Wi-Fi network of an organization.
Which two standard designs are recommended? (Choose two.)
Click on the arrows to vote for the correct answerA. B. C. D. E.
To improve the Wi-Fi network of an organization, several new coverage cells are required. Two recommended standard designs are:
A. 5GHz provides increased network capacity with up to 23 nonoverlapping channels. The 5GHz frequency band provides higher network capacity compared to the 2.4GHz frequency band. It has more non-overlapping channels (23) that can be used to reduce interference and improve the overall network performance. By using 5GHz frequency, the network can support more devices and provide higher throughput.
C. Cells that overlap one another are configured to use nonoverlapping channels. To avoid interference, cells that overlap one another should be configured to use non-overlapping channels. The non-overlapping channels in the 5GHz frequency band are recommended to be used because they provide more channels than the 2.4GHz frequency band. This will help to reduce interference and improve the overall network performance.
B, D, and E are not recommended designs.
B. 5GHz channel selection requires an autonomous access point. This statement is incorrect. Channel selection is not dependent on the type of access point. Both autonomous and lightweight access points can select channels in the 5GHz frequency band.
D. Adjacent cells with overlapping channels use a repeater access point. Using a repeater access point is not recommended for adjacent cells with overlapping channels. Repeater access points can degrade the network performance and cause interference. Instead, adjacent cells with overlapping channels should be configured to use non-overlapping channels.
E. For maximum throughput, the WLC is configured to dynamically set adjacent access points to the channel. This statement is also incorrect. Dynamically setting adjacent access points to the same channel can cause interference and reduce the network performance. Instead, adjacent access points should be configured to use non-overlapping channels.