If ISE is not Layer 2 adjacent to the Wireless LAN Controller, which two options should be configured on the Wireless LAN Controller to profile wireless endpoints accurately? (Choose two.)
In order to accurately profile wireless endpoints, the Wireless LAN Controller (WLC) needs to be able to gather information about the endpoint's identity and location. If the Identity Services Engine (ISE) is not Layer 2 adjacent to the WLC, there are two options that can be configured on the WLC to profile wireless endpoints accurately:
Configure the Call Station ID Type to "b": The Call Station ID Type is a setting on the WLC that specifies the type of identifier that should be used to identify wireless endpoints. When the ISE is not Layer 2 adjacent to the WLC, it cannot rely on the MAC address of the wireless endpoint to identify it. In this case, the Call Station ID Type should be set to "b" to instruct the WLC to use the endpoint's IP address as the identifier instead.
Configure the WLC to send both MAC and IP address information: When the WLC sends profiling data to the ISE, it can include both the MAC and IP address of the wireless endpoint. This can help the ISE to accurately identify the endpoint even if it is not Layer 2 adjacent to the WLC. To configure the WLC to send both MAC and IP address information, the Call Station ID Type should be set to "f" which allows the WLC to send both the MAC and IP address information.
Therefore, options A and F are correct answers.
Option G and H, which refer to DHCP Proxy, are not directly related to profiling wireless endpoints accurately and are not correct answers to the question.