Which two values or settings must be entered when configuring a new WLAN in the Cisco Wireless LAN Controller GUI? (Choose two.)
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When configuring a new WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network) in the Cisco Wireless LAN Controller GUI, the two values or settings that must be entered are SSID and profile name.
SSID (Service Set Identifier) - SSID is a unique identifier that is used by wireless devices to connect to a specific WLAN. This is the name that will be broadcasted by the access points, and it is how clients will identify and connect to the network. When configuring a new WLAN, the SSID must be set, and it should be unique to avoid conflicts with other networks in the area.
Profile Name - Profile name is a user-defined name that is used to identify the WLAN profile. The WLAN profile is a set of parameters and settings that define the characteristics of the WLAN, such as security settings, VLAN mappings, and QoS policies. Each WLAN must have a unique profile name, and this name should be descriptive enough to identify the WLAN's purpose.
The other options listed in the question (QoS settings, IP address of one or more access points, and management interface settings) are not mandatory when configuring a new WLAN, but they may be configured depending on the requirements of the specific WLAN deployment.
QoS (Quality of Service) settings - QoS settings can be configured to prioritize certain types of traffic over others, to ensure that critical applications receive the necessary bandwidth and reduce network congestion. QoS settings are not mandatory for configuring a new WLAN, but they are useful for ensuring optimal network performance.
IP address of one or more access points - The IP address of the access point can be configured to allow the controller to communicate with the access point and manage it remotely. This is not mandatory when configuring a new WLAN, but it is necessary if the access points are managed centrally by a controller.
Management interface settings - Management interface settings can be configured to specify the IP address and other parameters for the management interface of the WLAN controller. This is not mandatory when configuring a new WLAN, but it is necessary if the WLAN controller is being managed remotely.