Aruba Certified Switching Associate (ACSA) Practice Exam
Aruba Certified Switching Associate (ACSA) Practice Exam
About Aruba Certified Switching Associate (ACSA) Exam
The Aruba Certified Switching Associate (ACSA) Exam has been developed to assess the skills and knowledge of the candidate related to the networking fundamentals of ArubaOS CX switches and file structures including -
- Secure access
- Redundancy technologies
- Aruba’s Virtual Switching Framework (VSF).
The Aruba Certified Switching Associate (ACSA) exam helps in developing the ability to -
- Deploy Aruba wired networking technologies
- Configure, manage and monitor network deployments with the Aruba management solutions
- Contribute to the design, deployment and management of modern Aruba Mobile First Network solutions
- Apply Aruba Switching Fundamentals for Mobility
Who should take the exam?
The Aruba Certified Switching Associate (ACSA) Exam has been developed for candidates working as networking IT professionals with at least six months of experience in deploying small-to-medium scale network solutions. The exam is suitable for -
- IT Professionals who are responsible for deploying SMB solutions based on HPE Aruba products and technologies
- HPE Aruba Reseller Systems Engineers
- Customer IT Staff
- HPE Aruba System Engineers
- HPE Services Field & Call Center Support Engineers
The candidates are required to pass the Aruba Certified Switching Associate certification exam on PearsonVUE.
- Exam Code: HPE6-A72
- Exam Format: Proctored
- Exam duration: 90 minutes
- Total Questions: 60 questions
- Passing score: 75% and above
- Exam languages: Latin American Spanish, Japanese, English
This Aruba Certified Switching Associate (ACSA) Exam exam validates skills including -
Domain 1 - Understand to identify, describe, and implement foundational networking architectures and technologies (23%)
- Learn the OSI Model.
- Learn about common layer media (Layer 1).
- Learn the basics of Layer 2 Ethernet-like broadcast domains and ARP messages.
- Learn to interpret an IP routing table and explain default routes, static routing, and dynamic routing, including OSPF.
- Learn to define and identify the purpose and interaction of Layer 4 (Transport) protocols in an IP network.
- Learn about multicast traffic and its purpose on a network.
- Learn about the role of TFTP, SFTP, FTP, Telnet, and SNMPv2 in managing Aruba network devices
- Learn to apply suitable security for these features
- Learn the concept of QoS and explain its significance in converged networks.
- Learn about the basic network security setup on Aruba switches.
- Learn about the Layer 2 redundancy technologies such as STP/RSTP/MSTP and VSF, including their benefits.
- Learn to apply link aggregation.
- Learn to Identify and explain VLANs
- Learn about network management.
- Learn the concepts of server-related networking (NIC and CNA).
Domain 2 - Understand the different functions and features of Aruba products and solutions (17%)
- Learn the features and management for Aruba wired products
- Learn to compare and contrast Aruba Networking solutions and features
- Learn to identify the suitable product for an environment
- Learn to identify Aruba Networking products and its positioning
- Learn different toolsets for managing Aruba Networking products
Domain 3 - Understand installing, configuring, setting up, and validating Aruba solutions (27%)
- Learn to perform an environmental survey for site readiness.
- Learn to configure basic features on Aruba switches, including initial settings and management access.
- Learn to configure Aruba switches with Layer 2 technologies including RSTP/MSPT, link aggregation, VLANs, LLDP, and device profiles.
- Learn to configure basic IP routing with static routes or OSPF on Aruba switches.
- Learn to configure the management software
- Learn to manage configuration files on Aruba switches
- Learn to manage the software and configuration files on Aruba switches; NetEdit
- Learn to assess the installed solution via debug technology, logging, and show commands
Understand the process to tune, optimize, and upgrade Aruba solutions (13%)
- Learn to optimize layer 2 and layer 3 infrastructures via broadcast domain reduction, VLANs, and VSF.
- Learn to manage network assets using Aruba tools.
- Learn to verify L3 routing tables convergence and scalability (OSPF, RIP, static routes, ECMP, directly connected).
- Learn to assess and optimize network availability (vrrp, vsf, trunks, xstp, additional hardware redundancy)
Understand to troubleshoot, repair, and replace Aruba solutions (12%)
- Learn to troubleshoot switched and routed networks.
- Learn to apply troubleshooting methodology.
- Learn to use general troubleshooting tools.
- Learn to perform troubleshooting methodology on the wired networks.
Understand to manage, monitor, administer and operate Aruba solutions (8%)
- Learn to perform network management according to best practices.
- Learn to perform Administrative tasks (Moves / Adds / Changes / Deletions) (Add new devices, VLAN assignment)
What do we offer?
- Full-Length Mock Test with unique questions in each test set
- Practice objective questions with section-wise scores
- An in-depth and exhaustive explanation for every question
- Reliable exam reports evaluating strengths and weaknesses
- Latest Questions with an updated version
- Tips & Tricks to crack the test
- Unlimited access
What are our Practice Exams?
- Practice exams have been designed by professionals and domain experts that simulate real-time exam scenarios.
- Practice exam questions have been created on the basis of content outlined in the official documentation.
- Each set in the practice exam contains unique questions built with the intent to provide real-time experience to the candidates as well as gain more confidence during exam preparation.
- Practice exams help to self-evaluate against the exam content and work towards building strength to clear the exam.
- You can also create your own practice exam based on your choice and preference