Aruba Certified Mobility Associate Certification Workshop
The purpose of this workshop is to reinforce the learning the prospective candidate for ACMA did during the IAW (Implementing Aruba WLANs course) It is not intended to replace, but to supplement the training completed in the Implementing Aruba WLAN course.
The topics to be reviewed will include:
1. Aruba Controller Models and sizing
2. The mobility master and navigation
3. Aruba Licensing models and redundancy
4. Creating a WLAN and AP provisioning
5. Firewalls, Roles and Policies
6. RF Basics
7. RF Management with Arm and Airmatch
8. The guest network solution
9. Dashboards, the cli and airwave. The keys to an effective troubleshooting process
This workshop will utilize several in depth scenario-based questions to examine critical exam topics to ensure students have a solid foundation on the skills necessary to work with and PASS the Aruba IAW certification exam.
This will involve a company that has selected Aruba Networks for their wireless needs. As the administrator of this network you are responsible for putting together based on a needs document the correct controller, AP types, and the appropriate licensing.
After the gear has been installed you will be responsible for creating the necessary roles and firewall policies and authentication scheme based on the organization’s setup and needs assessment.
The administrator/engineer will also list current configuration requirements for the organization’s main SSID and guest network they have requested. You will also be responsible for provisioning the Aps and explaining the process.
Once the configuration scenario has been completed, the administrator will examine RF data from Airmatch and or Arm as well as some preliminary data from Airwave to access the current RF environment. This includes but not limited to topics such as SNR.
Using the troubleshooting tools from the dashboard and the cli, the administrator should be able to recommend steps to approach a troubleshooting scenario during the day to day operations/ final phase of the workshop.