knowledge and skills required to design, set up and configure a basic aruba certification Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) utilizing the AOS8 operating system architecture and features.
Additionally this certification validates that you can:
Understand the Aruba Mobile First Platform based on the Aruba Mobility Master and Controller architecture Configure secure WLAN features
Configure integrated firewalls
Describe and configure Controller and AP communications Describe features of Dynamic RF management
Implement secure and guest networking solutions
Why earn this certification?
To position yourself as a trusted team member who can contribute to the design, deployment and management of the latest Aruba Mobile First Platform solutions
To validate you understand the fundamentals of building an Aruba Mobile First Platform To advance your career as a certified professional
Typical candidates for this certification are networking IT professionals who deploy small-to-medium scale enterprise network solutions based on Aruba products and technologies.
Steps to acquire this certification
Before you begin
Acquire access to The Learning Center and get an HPE Learner ID. If this certification requires a written or online exam (HPE0 or HPE6 or HPE2), then create a user profile with Pearson VUE, our exam vendor for proctored/online exams. Practical exams (HPE1 or HPE0-AxxxP) are delivered through PSI or Aruba Education Services, therefore no Pearson VUE user profile is required.
Step 1: Do you qualify for an upgrade path?
There are no upgrade paths available for this certification.
Step 2: Register or apply for this certification
Register for this certification in The Learning Center. This will make your progress toward this certification more visible within your learner transcripts and the HPE Learning Management Systems.
Step 3: Verify and complete all prerequisites and requirements for your chosen path:
Three to five days after you complete all requirements, you receive an email notification. Then your status in The Learning Center becomes “acquired”.
If you renewed this certification through a recertification path, you will also recertify any lower level certifications you achieved within the same domain. Example: Renewal of ACMX will renew ACMP and ACMA. All renewed certifications from the one renewal path will have the same new expiration date.
If you renewed this certification by completing the Edge certification or the Edge recertification path at any level (Associate/Professional/Expert), this will renew all certifications you achieved at that same level and any lower levels you have achieved. Example: ACEP renews ACMP, ACSP, ACCP, ACDP etc. and any Associate level you already achieved. All renewed certifications from the Edge certification or recertification path will have the same new expiration date.
Based on the Open Badges Standard, digital badges are online representations of your HPE certifications. Each badge is unique to you. Once you accept and place your badge online—in LinkedIn, Twitter, your email signature, for example—clicking on the badge sends the viewer to a custom verification page that includes your name, HPE certification(s) held, and the skills and capabilities required of the certification. linked here for more information on HPE digital badges.
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