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Hi, i'm preparing the exam, the actual question base is 122q. [hide][Hidden Content]] I take the file as a reference: 300-365.examsforall.premium.exam.122q.pdf I'm realizing that some answers are not right. Someone may can help/double check my consideration?. For example: With interface group, you can not direct SSID to spesific APs. Its' D In the PassLeader dump is indicated BD but i think is correct DE because WGB are StandAlone AP (so the MAPs/Mesh have no sense). As indicated here: [Hidden Content] "A MAP failing to connect to a WLAN controller on an Ethernet port that is UP, sets the 802.11a radio as the primary backhaul. Failing to find a neighbor or failing to connect to a WLAN controller via any neighbor on the 802.11a radio causes the primary backhaul to be UP on the Ethernet port again. A MAP gives preference to the parent which has the same BGN." So D is true and A is false. Correct BD Another possibile answer is BE (on guide is indicated "Bronze (Background): This level provides the lowest bandwidth for guest services."). Theorically we dont know if we have 5Ghz enable in this corporate wireless... What do we prefer? I think A+D in the same answer have no sense... Some fact: 1) We are in Central-Authentication-Down/Switch-Local: A WLAN that requires central authentication rejects new users. Existing authenticated users continue to be switched locally until session time-out if configured. The WLAN continues to beacon and respond to probes until there are no more existing users associated to the WLAN. This state occurs as a result of the AP going into standalone mode 2) The RADIUS user attributes used for the VLAN ID assignment are: IETF 64 (Tunnel Type) - Set this to VLAN. IETF 65 (Tunnel Medium Type) - Set this to 802. IETF 81 (Tunnel Private Group ID) - Set this to VLAN ID. So in the TAG for the VLAN is 15 3) In FlexConnect Standalone "Clients that are authenticated on locally switched WLANs using IEEE 802.1X authentication will remain connected until they roam or their session times out, that is, unless the AP is provided with a way to reauthenticate the client." 4) In the FlexConnect AAA VLAN Override if the VLAN ID does not exist, default VLAN is used, unless "VLAN Based Central Switching" enabled --> Our case is anable. 5) When the FlexConnect access point rejoins (from standalone status) the controller (or a standby controller), all clients are disconnected and are authenticated again --> C for sure So if the client has authenticated before the down of the WAN, is joined in VLAN 15 (otherwise it could not be authenticated) and its on standalone mode, the client will be placed in VLAN 15 --> A If return AP is in connected mode, the client will be placed in VLAN 15 --> G Do we agreee?