Exam description

This exam tests your skills and knowledge on how to deploy and implement HP Unified Wired and Wireless Networks and the HP Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) solution.
In this exam you will be tested on topics such as wireless standards, wireless security, guest access, controller high availability and roaming. The exam will also cover topics specific on the BYOD solution such as different ways of configuring secured guest and corporate user network access via IMC’s User Access Manager (UAM).
 This certification exam is designed for candidates with “on the job” experience. The associated training course, which includes numerous hands on lab activities, provides a foundation, but you are expected to have experience in the real world as well.

Who should take this exam?

New candidates who want to acquire the HP ASE - FlexNetwork Architect V2 or the HP ASE - FlexNetwork Integrator V1 certification and who have one of the following prerquisites:

  • HP ATP - FlexNetwork Solutions V2

  • HP AIS - Network Infrastructure [2011]

Candidates who have one of the following certifications and want to acquire the HP ASE - FlexNetwork Architect V2 or the HP ASE - FlexNetwork Integrator V1 certification:

  • HP ASE - Wireless Networks [2011]

  • HP ASE - Network Infrastructure [2011]

  • HP ASE - Network Architect V1

  • Cisco CCNP (any), CCDP(*), Juniper JNCIP-ENT, JNCIP-WLAN, H3CSE

* This Cisco certification must have been achieved or renewed within the last three years

Exam contents

This exam has 50 questions. Here are types of questions to expect:
  • Multiple choice (single response)
  • Multiple choice (multiple responses)
  • Matching
  • Multiple choice (single response), scenario based
  • Multiple choice (multiple responses), scenario based

Tips for taking this exam

Rather than emphasize simple memorization, HPE exams attempt to assess whether you have the knowledge and skills that an IT professional requires on the job. Therefore, some exam items present a scenario, which outlines a particular network environment or problem. Some exam items might also include one or more exhibits.
Exhibits can be for example:

  • Network topologies

  • Abstracts of switch configuration file output

  • Commands and command output
This exam presents all the questions in a single block. The candidate agreement is presented first, followed by the exam introduction and instructions. Once you click the Next Question button on the instructions page, the questions will be presented one at a time. You can move from question to question, skip questions, and change your answers. However, once you submit your answers, you cannot return to review those questions or change your answers.
Here are some additional tips:

  • Use the Next Question / Previous Question buttons to move forward and backward between questions. The Submit button will appear when you reach the last question.

  • Use the Assessment Navigator to jump between questions in a block and to review flagged questions. To do this, click the Assessment Navigator button and select the question you want to navigate to. Flagged questions are indicated above the item number in the upper left corner. The Assessment Navigator also uses different shading to indicate answered versus unanswered items.

  • Use the Assessment Navigator to launch the calculator tool by clicking the Calculator button at the bottom.


Figure 1: Assessment Navigator

Take the time to read the entire question and consider all of the options carefully before you answer. If the question indicates that it features an exhibit, study the exhibit and reread the question. Make sure to select the answer that correctly responds to the question that is asked — not simply an answer that includes some correct information. If the question asks for more than one answer, remember to select each correct answer. You will not receive partial credit for a partially correct answer.


This exam validates that you can successfully perform the following:

Fundamental HP Unified Wired-Wireless and BYOD networking architectures and technologies

  • Explain the attributes of wireless networks and how they impact the deployment of BYOD solutions in the enterprise.

  • Describe the functions of the components in the HP BYOD architecture and describe their roles in the BYOD process.


HP Unified Wired-Wireless and BYOD networking products, solutions, and service offerings

  • Match the HP Unified Wired-Wireless products and solutions to business problems.

  • Utilize and recognize the benefits of HP IMC and its wireless and user access modules WSM, UAM and EAD.


HP Unified Wired-Wireless and BYOD solution planning and design

  • Design an HP Unified Wired-Wireless solution for the enterprise.

  • Design an HP BYOD solution for the enterprise.


HP Unified Wired-Wireless and BYOD solution implementation

  • Set up and configure a basic HP Unified Wired-Wireless solution.

  • Configure an HP Unified Wired-Wireless Controller.

  • Use the HP Unified Wired-WLAN CLI.

  • Set up and configure an HP BYOD solution for guest and corporate users.


HP Unified Wired-Wireless and BYOD solution enhancement

  • Optimize and troubleshoot WLANs.


HP Unified Wired-Wireless and BYOD solution troubleshooting

  • Verify and troubleshoot an HP BYOD solution.


HP Unified Wired-Wireless and BYOD solution management

  • Implement wireless security solutions to meet enterprise HP BYOD requirements.

  • Maintain HP Unified Wired-Wireless controllers.

Sample questions

These questions help you access whether you are ready to take the exam. Answers to the sample questions are provided at the end of the document. To view sample questions, print or download this page.

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