A network administrator is configuring security for new WLANs on a Cisco WLC. Which client authentication mode should the administrator use for a large scale deployment?

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A network administrator is configuring security for new WLANs on a Cisco WLC. Which client authentication mode should the administrator use for a large scale deployment?

  • WPA2
  • 802.1x
  • 802.11
  • AES

Explanation: To secure wireless connections on a WLAN, you can leverage one of the three WPA versions (WPA1, WPA2, or WPA3). All three WPA versions support two client authentication modes:
Pre-Shared Key (PSK) or personal mode for smaller scale deployments
802.1x or enterprise mode for larger scale deployments

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