Exam ID HPE6-A42
Exam type Proctored
Exam duration 1 hour 15 minutes
Exam length 57 questions
Passing score 73%
Delivery languages Japanese, English
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Exam description

This exam will not be available as of 1 November 2019.  The new exam is HPE6-A70 - Implementing Aruba WLAN (IAW) 8.4.

The Implementing Aruba WLAN (IAW) 8 exam tests your knowledge and skills to deploy AOS 8 single-site, on premise, geographically simple enterprise WLANs.

Ideal candidate for this exam

Typical candidates for this certification are networking IT professionals who deploy small-to-medium scale network solutions based on Aruba products and technologies
 

Exam contents

This exam has 57 questions.

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Objectives

This exam validates that you can:
30%

Describe and differentiate WLAN fundamentals and Aruba Architectures<br /> (1.1) Define elements, describe functionality, and differentiate between the 802.11 standards and amendments, RF bands, channels, and regulatory domains.<br /> (1.2) Identify licenses that are used for various features, describe licensing pools, and differentiate between boxed-based, controller-based, and centralized licensing.<br /> (1.3) Describe and differentiate between AP Modes (CAP, SA, AM, mesh point, mesh portal, IAP, RAP).<br /> &nbsp;

29%

Identify and differentiate the functions, features, and capabilities of Aruba single-site on-premise enterprise solutions.<br /> (2.1) Identify and differentiate automatic RF management capabilities and features.<br /> (2.2) Identify and differentiate the basic firewall policies and roles, and relate the roles to the policies and how they are applied in the hierarchy.<br /> (2.3) Identify and differentiate wireless security authentication types, server types, and encryption types.<br /> (2.4) Differentiate the scalability limits in the Aruba controller models, and given a scenario with customer requirements determine which model is appropriate.<br /> &nbsp;

27%

Configure, validate, and troubleshoot Aruba WLAN secure employee and guest solutions.<br /> (3.1) Select the appropriate components to configure a guest WLAN and validate the configuration.<br /> (3.3) Troubleshoot an employee and a guest WLAN.<br /> (3.2) Configure a guest WLAN and validate the configuration.<br /> &nbsp;

14%

Manage and monitor Aruba solutions.<br /> (4.1) Use the Mobility Master dashboards to monitor and troubleshoot client connectivity.<br /> (4.2) Describe the functionality and uses of AirWave.<br /> &nbsp;

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