BTW congrats on passing the exam :)
Yup. You will get a framed certificate (though Cisco plaque has a much better quality and aesthetics) along a Polo certificate.
Congrats and good job!
A few questions from someone who is just starting to study for it:
How many years experience do you have from working with Aruba?
For how long did you study?
Without breaking NDA or rules:
Does the exam guide (http://www.arubanetworks.com/assets/training/ERG_ACDX.pdf) correspond correctly with the questons on the test?
Two of the recommended traning is about 802.11n, is it better to study the documents about .11ac?
I've had about 5 years experience but I wouldn't say having years experience is what is needed. You could easily study the VRDs for a few weeks and probably pass and that's really your study guides anyways. Only tip I can give on the test is manage your time efficiently and understand which portions count the most, don't spend too much time on the smaller stuff.
I would agree with what @flava has said. In addition to VRDs, you will also need to have good product knowledge. If you have read VRDs well and understand where each device fits in the topology, it will be an easy sailing for you.
flava & Jibran: Thank you. Will give it a try on Atmosphere in Paris.
Flava: What VRDs did you read?
Congratz for passing the exam.
Can you share what material and strategy when facing the exam?
At Aruba, we believe that the most dynamic customer experiences happen at the Edge. Our mission is to deliver innovative solutions that harness data at the Edge to drive powerful business outcomes.
© Copyright 2020 Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LPAll Rights Reserved.