Aruba Certified Mobility Associate 6.1, Acma_6.1 Exam

Aruba Certified Mobility Associate 6.1 exam is for all those software engineers, IT professionals, and all Aruba products user who wish to excel in their knowledge of Aruba and open the doors of better career opportunities for themselves in the future. The Aruba Certified Mobility Associate 6.1 exam will not only help you in mastering the knowledge of Aruba Mobility Controller and its features, but will help employ your acquired skills in making you an ACMA Certified engineer. The Aruba Certified Mobility Associate 6.1 exam escalates your present academic condition to a lot higher degree increasing your chances of gaining success in your professional or budding IT career. ACMA certification and exam reservation can be done through Pearson VUE centers. The ACMA_6.1 exam tests a candidates ability to authenticate, configure, operate firewall techniques, and configure wizards, etc amongst other ACMA Mobility collector related skills. The topics included in the ACMA_6.1 exam include:


Knowledge of Product:

Understanding of the limits for different user control models of AP scaling, user scaling, remote AP scaling, knowledge of the power supplies of different models, support of power-over-Ethernet, and controller modules which are Chassis based

Apart from the knowledge of mobility controller models, candidates are also required to have sound knowledge of AP scaling, its different types; indoor and outdoor AP models, different models that support external and internal antennas, types of antenna, knowledge of licensing understanding the 6.1 model for licensing for different models

Firewall Policies and Roles:


Function, source, and destination of NAT, use of NAT in captive portal authentication, NAT functionality based on VLAN

Policy Designing

Function of firewall, its interpretation, and troubleshooting policies

Knowledge of Roles and Aliases

Use and function of roles, and role of aliases

Different Operations:

This includes authentication, configuration using wizards, RF management and ARM, Encryption and its types, and Power over Ethernet

Configuration and AP Provisioning

Server and User derivation rules

Profiles its concept, reuse, and hierarchy

Configuration methods of Controller

Designing and Planning:

This includes networking, layer models type, self-healing concept, Captive portal including authentication types, Visual RF and planning of deployment, and discovery of controller


Troubleshooting in the user connections and elsewhere, in Aruba platforms and other controller IPs, AP connectivity and infrastructure of DHCP and intervening ACLs

Solutions and Applications:

Configuration of RAP, maintenance, licensing and different modes