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Aruba Certified Mobility Experts (ACMX)

Aruba Certified Mobility Experts (ACMX) have advanced knowledge of, and experience with, Aruba’s unified mobility solutions. A hands-on practical exam is held at designated Aruba offices around the world.

Exam Type: Hands-on lab
Exam: 1 day
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Results: Available within 10 business days
Prerequisite certifications: ACMA and ACMP required; Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA®) and Certified Wireless Security Professional (CWSP®) recommended
Recommended Preparation: Above plus hands-on experience with Aruba’s unified mobility solutions


The ACMX practical exam requires demonstration of working knowledge of the following topics:

  • Installation
  • Roles and policies
  • Pre-deployment network design and planning
  • Authentication and encryption
  • Remote access
  • Multiple Mobility Controller environments and redundancy
  • Troubleshooting


Exam material draws largely from the contents of Aruba instructor-led courses, and hands-on experience with Aruba’s unified mobility solutions. The CWNA certification is highly recommended. CWSP certification is also recommended. ACMX certification is valid for two years. Re-certification is achieved by passing a written ACMX re-certification exam.

Aruba Certified Mobility Professionals (ACMP)

Aruba Certified Mobility Professionals (ACMP) have a solid foundation in wireless LAN technologies and are proficient in the installation, configuration and operation of Aruba’s unified mobility solutions.

Exam Type: 75 multiple choice questions
exam length: 90 minutes
Registration: Pearson/VUE Testing Centers (www.vue.com/aruba)
Results: Available immediately upon completion
Prerequisite certification: Aruba Certified Mobility Associate (ACMA)
Recommended Preparation: Introduction to Aruba Technology, Implementing Aruba WLANs, and Scalable WLAN Design & Implementation


The Aruba Certified Mobility Professional exam tests your knowledge of the following topics:

  • Mobility Controller and AP details
  • System architecture and design
  • RF planning
  • Using and building the firewall with roles and policies
  • Authentication and encryption concepts and provisioning
  • Multiple Mobility Controller environments and redundancy
  • Layer 2 and Layer 3 roaming operations and provisioning
  • Intrusion detection
  • CLI commands

Exam material draws largely from the contents of the Implementing Aruba WLAN and Scalable WLAN Design and Implementation courses. Hands-on experience with Aruba products is a plus.
The ACMP certification is valid for two years. Re-certification is achieved by passing the then-current version of the ACMP exam.

Aruba Certified Mobility Associates (ACMA)

Aruba Certified Mobility Associates (ACMA) can effectively deploy employee and guest networks using a single Aruba Mobility Controller, including small-scale operational networks and proof-of-concept networks. Completion requires working knowledge of start-up wizards and re-usable wizards introduced in ArubaOS 3.3.2; 802.11n theory and operation and authentication using 802.1X and Captive Portal on the Aruba Mobility Controller; Aruba’s stateful Policy Enforcement Firewall (PEF), Role Based Access Control (RBAC), and RAP technologies; and RF planning tools required to plan a wireless deployment.

Exam Type: Multiple choice
exam length: 1 hour
Registration: Included when register for Implementing Aruba WLANs
Results: Available immediately upon completion
Prerequisite certification: None
Recommended Preparation: Introduction to Aruba Technology; Implementing Aruba WLANs


The Aruba Certified Mobility Associate exam tests your knowledge of the following topics:

  • Start-up and reusable configuration wizards
  • PEF policies
  • Extended firewall polices
  • RAP
  • User roles and RBAC principals
  • Basic controller provisioning
  • 802.11 a/b/g/n
  • Access point boot process
  • Authentication using 802.1X and EAP
  • RF planning tools
  • 802.11 link layer encryption
  • MIMO
  • Mobility Controller maintenance
  • WLAN monitoring


The ACMA certification is valid for two years. Re-certification is achieved by passing the then-current version of the ACMA exam.