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Chief Airhead
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Becoming Mobility Certified - ACDX - October 2014

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Aruba’s own ACDX will be the focused certification for the month of October. Fellow Airheads will be joining together to aid others in the challenge of attaining the certification. We welcome all who want to participate in the event. Any suggestions, please let us know.

 

ACDX is a professional level certification that tests your design a solution in a scenario based exam. It is required to possess the ACMP as a prerequisite for the exam. The exam is 8hrs long and is based on AOS 6.1, Instant 3.3, Clearpass Guest 6.2, VisualRF Plan 7.3, and Airwave7.7. It is recommended to follow the ACDX design track when preparing for the exam.

 

The following reading material is highly recommended:
• Indoor 802.11n Site Survey and Planning

• Aruba Mobility Controller Validated Reference Design (version 9)

• Aruba 802.11n Networks Validated Reference Design (version 8)

• Aruba Campus Wireless Networks Validated Reference Design (version 8)

• High-Density Wireless Networks for Auditoriums Validated Reference Design

• Guest Access with ArubaOS

Aruba Remote Access Point (RAP) Networks Validated Reference Design

 

ACDX Study Guide

 

List of Topics:

 

Network Design

RF Design

 

Authentication & Security Design

QoS Design

Management Design

 ACDX practice quiz.PNG

Sean Rynearson | Chief Airhead
Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company
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Re: Becoming Mobility Certified - ACDX - October 2014

@Atmosphere the DX is still based off of the description above? AOS 6.1, CP 6.2, etc..
Pasquale Monardo | Senior Network Solutions Consultant
ACDX #420 | ACMP
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Re: Becoming Mobility Certified - ACDX - October 2014

Small update.
The exam is based on ArubaOS 6.3, Instant 6.4, ClearPass 6.3, VisualRF Plan 7.7 and AirWave 8.0.
Pasquale Monardo | Senior Network Solutions Consultant
ACDX #420 | ACMP
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