The Aruba ACMP, which actually stands for Aruba Certified Mobility Professional, is a certification exam that allows you to demonstrate your expertise as an engineer capable of building and troubleshooting more complicated WLAN networks, including those that are in multiple controller environments with complex settings and functionalities. Mobile accessibility in complex systems is exactly what the ACMP certification exam allows you to document, and ensuring you have the skills, knowledge and abilities to not only implement WLANs in these more complex networking situations, but that you can maintain and troubleshoot the networks you establish for customers and clients as well.
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The Aruba Certified Mobility Professional exam features questions on all topics pertinent to the building and implementation of complex WLAN networks for large-scale mobile accessibility projects. Questions include topics like design and networking topology, GUI and CLI interpretation, configuration and troubleshooting, and firewall topics. Additionally, you’ll need to understand the overall details of Aruba products, operations, and apps and solutions in order to successfully pass the ACMP exam.
Aruba recommended focused training through a formal, instructor led exam prep course called “Scalable WLAN Design and Implementation” class. You should also review the exam guide available on the Aruba website, and consider using self study programs, tutorials and practice tests made available through sites like TestsLive.com, which can help you master the materials sooner and boost your performance on the ACMP exam.
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Practice tests are a major part of a successful exam preparation plan. They allow you to measure your testing readiness before sitting for the formal exam from Aruba. Additionally, practice exams can help you understand which areas of the covered materials you may need to dedicate further study time to and which portions of the testing materials you’ve already mastered.
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Interesting subject/course. So are you going for this certification?
Not as of this moment. I am just sharing in case somebody’s interested.
As they say, practice makes perfect! But couple it with perseverance. 😀
That’s true. Practice makes perfect. I have no engineering background (I am a cpa), but networks and electronics fascinate me.
That’s very technical and sounds difficult. But indeed, practice makes perfect, very true.
I like your thoughts here! I would like to share with you two earlier blogs I had on PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT! 1) http://inpinayseyes.blogspot.com/2012/07/practice-makes-perfect.html and 2) http://inpinayseyes.blogspot.com/2012/07/practice-makes-perfect-2.html
Just this morning, one of my younger colleagues said she was willing to learn the more difficult technology here in the hospital… I asked her why? She answered: my horoscope says: 2013 is a “learning process”. If this motivates her to do much more, I am all for it!
I think this article is useful to my colleagues in the telecom department. 🙂
It is true that we are never too old to learn anything, there’s always something out there to know about. Also, I think that we always have room for improvement, especially when it’s in line with your passion.
i thought you are going to take the exam. hehehe
I love the phot sayng never stop learning.
I agree never stop learning. I wanted to learn more about web designing, which I think will help me a lot with my blogs.