A network architect is doing a site survey for a new wireless design One concern the company has with the old wireless network is coverage. In some cases, APs would lose power and some employees in the network would lose wireless connectivity. The new design needs to prevent this issue from occurring. During the site survey, what are best practices to be followed in regards to the dBm signal level and the power of the AP to ensure adequate wireless coverage and minimal overlap of AP signals for the new design?
A company has hired a network architect to replace an existing legacy wireless and wired network The building is one-story and contains four wiring closets Based on the information the network architect gathered from the company, one 48-port POE+ switch and three 48-port non-POE+ switches will be placed in each wiring closet. One stacking domain should be created for each wiring closet that supports 40 Gbps uplinks.
Which stacking solution should the architect implement for the floor that meets the requirements and is the most cost-effective'?