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Aruba Certified Mobility Associate

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This month we are focusing on Aruba's Certified Mobility Associate certification. An ACMA certified engineer is able to deploy and manage a wireless LAN network using an Aruba Mobility Controller. Certification exam topics include configuration wizards, provisioning access points, authentication, encryption, firewall operation and policies, role based access control, the AP boot process, and remote access point configuration. Candidates are recommended to complete Implementing Aruba Wireless (IAW) course prior to taking the ACMA exam. Alternatively, candidates can attend the Mobility Boot Camp (MBC). The Pearson/VUE administered exam consists of 40 multiple-choice questions that must be completed within sixty minutes. The exam fee is $125.

The Aruba-Certified Mobility Associate (ACMA ) exam questions cover the topics listed below. The questions include key concepts, networking and topology design, GUI and CLI interpretation, GUI and CLI troubleshooting and interpretation of CLI configuration file segments.

Preparation for ACMA includes familiarity with IAW 6.3 courseware. Additionally, review of VRDs will help to reinforce the concepts learned within the courses.

Controller Based E-Learning

IAP-Central Based E-Learning

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Product Knowledge

Firewall Roles and Policies

Operations

Planning and Design

Troubleshooting

Applications and Solutions

Preparation for ACMA includes familiarity with IAW 6.3 courseware. Additionally, review of VRDs will help to reinforce the concepts learned within the courses.