What is a AAA server? How does it help in a Mobile IP deployment?
When using a AAA server in the home network, which of the following statements is true?
The Mobile Node shares a security association with the AAA server and not the Home Agent, and thus the AAA server authenticates the RRQ and informs the Home Agent whether the request should be accepted or denied.
The AAA server allows administrative functions to be streamlined.
The MHAEs are stored on the AAA server, and the Home Agent consults the AAA server to retrieve a security association upon receiving a RRQ.
The AAA server and Home Agent must share a security relationship.
What is RADIUS? Why is RADIUS recommended over TACACS+ for use in a Mobile IP deployment?
Describe the Cisco IOS feature that mitigates the latency involved in processing a Mobile Node's RRQ when the Home Agent must consult the AAA server for the Mobile Node's security association.
What is ZeCC?
What are the two Home Agent formations in the Cisco Home Agent Redundancy feature?
Briefly describe the updating function in the Cisco Home Agent Redundancy feature.
Briefly describe the downloading function in the Cisco Home Agent Redundancy feature.
Which of the following statements are true about the Cisco Home Agent Redundancy feature?
The active Home Agent and standby Home Agent both receive an incoming RRQ and set up the mobility binding. Only the active Home Agent responds with the RRP.
One of the Home Agents in the redundancy group receives the incoming RRQ and updates the standby Home Agent with the mobility binding.
All Home Agents in the redundancy group must share a security association.
The standby Home Agent keeps track of all active mobility bindings, but it only sets up the Mobile IP tunnels upon becoming the active Home Agent.