642-737 IAUWS Implementing Advanced Cisco Unified Wireless Security

Exam Number 642-737 IAUWS
Last day to test: September 21, 2016
Associated Certifications CCNP Wireless
Duration 90 minutes (50 – 60 questions)
Available Languages English
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The Implementing Advanced Cisco Unified Wireless Security exam is the exam associated with the CCNP Wireless certification. This exam assesses a candidate’s capability to secure the wireless network from security threats via appropriate security policies and best practices, to properly implement security standards, and to properly configure wireless security components. Candidates can prepare for this exam by taking the IAUWS Implementing Advanced Cisco Unified Wireless Security course.

Exam Description
The Implementing Advanced Cisco Unified Wireless Security (IAUWS) version 2.0 642-737 exam is a 90-minute test with 55−75 questions that are associated with the Cisco CCNP® Wireless certification. This exam assesses a candidate’s ability to secure the wireless network from security threats via appropriate security policies and best practices, properly implement security standards, and properly configure wireless security components. The exam is closed book and no outside reference materials are allowed.

The following topics are general guidelines for the content likely to be included on the exam. However, other related topics may also appear on any specific delivery of the exam. In order to better reflect the contents of the exam and for clarity purposes, the guidelines below may change at any time without notice.

1.0 Integrate Client Device Security 22%

1.1 Describe the EAP authentication process

1.2 Configure client for secure EAP authentication

1.3 Configure the Cisco any connect client

1.4 Describe the impact of security configurations on application and client roaming

1.5 Troubleshoot client wireless authentication issues

1.5.a Packet analyzers
1.5.b Debugs
1.5.c Logs
1.5.d Cisco WCS
1.5.e ACS

1.6 Identify client security risks

1.6.a Driver update
1.6.b MS hot fixes

2.0 Design and Integrate Wireless Network with NAC 11%

2.1 Describe the architectures

2.1.a In-band
2.1.b Out-of-band
2.1.c Agent versus agentless
2.1.d Cisco NAC appliance

2.2 Describe the high-level authentication process flow

2.2.a CAS
2.2.b CAM
2.2.d WLC
2.2.e External authentication sources

2.3 Configure the WLC for the NAC

2.4 Verify wireless authentication with NAC

3.0 Implement Secure Wireless Connectivity Services 22%

3.1 Configure authentication

3.1.a Controller local EAP with or without external
3.1.b LDAP database
3.1.c Client authentication on H-REAP APs
3.1.d 802.1X authentication for AP authentication to the switch

3.2 Configure autonomous AP for RADIUS authentication

3.3 Configure management frame protection on clients, APs, and controllers

3.4 Configure IBN

3.4.a RADIUS-based VLAN and ACLs
3.4.b AAA override

3.5 Define ACS parameters for integration with wireless network

3.6 Define client and server-side digital certificate requirements

3.7 Implement ACLs on controller

3.7.a CPU ACLs
3.7.b WLAN, interface, and client identity ACL

3.8 Troubleshoot secure wireless connectivity services

3.8.a Packet analyzers, debugs, logs, WCS, and ACS
3.8.b Verify firewall ports
3.8.c ACS and controller authorization and authentication for clients

4.0 Design and Implement Guest Access Services 12%

4.1 Describe the architectures for guest access services

4.1.a VLAN-based
4.1.b Anchor, DMZ, redundancy, and scaling
4.1.c NAC guest server
4.1.d Wired guest access
4.1.e Bandwidth limiting

4.2 Configure guest access accounts

4.2.a Lobby ambassador (controller and WCS-based)
4.2.b Guest roles

4.3 Configure controller web authentication

4.3.a Pass-through
4.3.b Internal and external
4.3.c Authentication (local/RADIUS)
4.3.d Custom splash page (internal, external, and per WLAN)
4.3.e Understand design considerations (DNS, proxy)
4.3.f Pre-authentication ACL
4.3.g Wired guest access
4.3.h Install third-party certificate on controller

4.4 Configure the anchor and internal controllers

4.5 Troubleshoot guest access issues

4.5.a Packet analyzers, debugs, logs, WCS, and ACS
4.5.b Verify firewall ports
4.5.c Mping and eping
4.5.d Proxies

5.0 Translate Organizational and Regulatory Security Policies and Enforce Security Compliance 11%

5.1 Describe regulatory compliance considerations

5.1.a HIPAA
5.1.b PCI
5.1.c SOX
5.1.d FERPA

5.2 Segment traffic into different VLANs, based upon these functions:

5.2.a Security
5.2.b Application
5.2.c QoS

5.3 Configure administration security on controller and WCS

5.3.a TACACS+ and ACS integration
5.3.b Local
5.3.c RADIUS and AAA server integration
5.3.d Access point administration credential
5.3.e Admin roles

5.4 Manage WLC and WCS alarms

5.4.a SNMP and trap receivers
5.4.b Syslog
5.4.c SMTP
5.4.d ACS log
5.4 e Modify WCS alarm levels

5.5 Utilize security audit tools

5.5.a Packet captures
5.5.b Penetration testing
5.5.c Third-party software (air magnet, air wise)
5.5.d PCI audit tool in WCS

6.0 Configure Native WLC Security Feature Sets: IPS/IDS 11%

6.1 Utilize WCS or controller for IDS and threat mitigation strategies

6.1.a Signature
6.1.b Custom signature
6.1.c Rogue classification management and (auto) containment
6.1.d Rogue reporting and location (WCS only)
6.1.e Switch port tracing (WCS only)
6.1.f Integrate Cisco spectrum expert with WCS
6.1.g Client exclusion
6.1.h Clean air

6.2 Identify and mitigate wireless vulnerabilities

6.2.a Wireless packet injection (can’t be mitigated)
6.2.b Client misconfiguration
6.2.c DoS (RF jamming)
6.2.d Anomalous behavior attacks (association and authentication attacks)
6.2.e Signature attacks (net stumbler and undetectable at this time)
6.2.f Eavesdropping (wild packets and honeypot)
6.2.g Hijacking and mimicry (evil twin and honey potting)
6.2.h Social engineering (human attack)

7.0 Integrate Wireless Network with Advanced Security Platforms 11%

7.1 Describe Cisco end-to-end security solutions and how they integrate with Cisco wireless solutions

7.1.a any connect 3.0 and above
7.1.b NAC appliance
7.1.c NAC guest server
7.1.d Wired IPS
7.1.e ACS

7.2 Describe the Cisco unified wireless network firewall port configuration requirements

7.2.a ACLs
7.2.b IP port pass-through
7.2.c DMZ

7.3 Configure the controller for wired IPS and IDS

7.4 Configure wireless intrusion prevention system (MSE)

Which statement describes the major difference between PEAP and EAP-FAST client

A. EAP-FAST requires a backend AAA server, and PEAP does not.
B. EAP-FAST is a Cisco-only proprietary protocol, whereas PEAP is an industry-standard
C. PEAP requires a server-side certificate, while EAP-FAST does not require certificates.
D. PEAP authentication protocol requires a client certificate, and EAP-FAST requires a secure

Answer: C


Which one best describes the EAP Identity Request frame when a wireless client is connecting to
a Cisco WLC v7.0-based AP WLAN?

A. sourced from the Cisco ACS Server to the client
B. sourced from the client to the Cisco ACS Server
C. sourced from the WLC to the client
D. sourced from the client to the WLC
E. sourced from the AP to the client
F. sourced from the client to the AP

Answer: C


What are the four packet types that are used by EAP? (Choose four.)

A. EAP Type
B. EAP Request
C. EAP Identity
D. EAP Response
E. EAP Success
F. EAP Failure
G. EAP Authentication

Answer: B,D,E,F


When a supplicant and AAA server are configured to use PEAP, which mechanism is used by the
client to authenticate the AAA server in Phase One?

B. shared secret keys
C. digital certificate

Answer: C


Which EAP types are supported by MAC 10.7 for authentication to a Cisco Unified Wireless

A. LEAP and EAP-Fast only
B. EAP-TLS and PEAP only
C. LEAP, EAP-TLS, and PEAP only

Answer: D



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