Configuring Aruba Mobility Level 2 (CAM2), Rev 23.22 Course Overview

Configuring Aruba Mobility Level 2 (CAM2), Rev 23.22 Course Overview

The Configuring Aruba Mobility Level 2 (CAM2) course, Rev 23.22, is an advanced training aimed at deepening the knowledge and skills of network professionals in managing and operating Aruba WLAN with Aruba's Mobility Master and controller features. This course builds upon the foundation laid by the IAW V8 course, focusing on more complex network scenarios, advanced features, and troubleshooting techniques.

Learners will explore topics such as Mobility Master Redundancy, Multizone configurations, and MC Clusters, gaining insights on how to ensure network resiliency and efficiency. They'll delve into Mobility to understand roaming better and get hands-on with Role Derivation to fine-tune network access. The course also covers Remote Access solutions like RAP and VIA, Voice Optimization for quality communication, and the setup and maintenance of Mesh Networks.

Administrative functions are also addressed, including account management and secure access, while the operational aspect involves Upgrading, Preloading, and Cluster Upgrades. AirWave management software is featured prominently, with lessons on leveraging its capabilities for Network Health, Client and Device Troubleshooting, and VisualRF, Reports, and Alerts, ensuring comprehensive network oversight. This course is designed to equip learners with the expertise to efficiently manage Aruba environments, enhancing network reliability and performance.

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Course Prerequisites

Certainly! Below are the minimum required prerequisites for the Configuring Aruba Mobility Level 2 (CAM2), Rev 23.22 course, presented in bullet point format:

  • Basic understanding of networking concepts, including routing, switching, and IP addressing.
  • Familiarity with wireless networking principles and the 802.11 standards.
  • Previous completion of the Implementing Aruba WLAN (IAW) V8 course or equivalent knowledge is highly recommended.
  • Experience with the ArubaOS 8.x architecture, including the role and function of the Mobility Master and Mobility Controllers.
  • Knowledge of basic WLAN security methods and authentication protocols.
  • Ability to navigate and manage the ArubaOS Graphical User Interface (GUI).
  • Understanding of the concepts of high availability and redundancy in network systems.
  • Prior hands-on experience with Aruba Wireless equipment is beneficial but not strictly required.

These prerequisites are designed to ensure that participants are adequately prepared to engage with the course material and have a successful learning experience. If you meet these minimum requirements, you are encouraged to enroll in the CAM2 course to expand your expertise in Aruba Mobility solutions.

Target Audience for Configuring Aruba Mobility Level 2 (CAM2), Rev 23.22

The Configuring Aruba Mobility Level 2 course is advanced training for IT professionals managing Aruba WLAN with AOS 8.

  • Network Engineers
  • Systems Administrators
  • Wireless Infrastructure Managers
  • Network Architects
  • IT Professionals with a focus on Aruba Networks
  • Network Administrators
  • Network Operations Specialists
  • Mobility Solution Consultants
  • IT Support Staff with intermediate knowledge of Aruba solutions
  • Professionals seeking Aruba certification advancement

Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Configuring Aruba Mobility Level 2 (CAM2), Rev 23.22?

Introduction to the Course Learning Outcomes

This course provides an in-depth understanding of advanced Aruba WLAN networking, including configuration and management, mastering redundancy, mobility, and security, as well as optimization of voice and mesh networks.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes

  • Gain a comprehensive review of Aruba WLAN and AOS 8 features, including WLAN forwarding modes and AP terminology.
  • Understand Mobility Master (MM) redundancy, including VRRP setup, database synchronization, and validation.
  • Learn about expanding network capabilities with multiple controllers and advanced licensing features.
  • Configure and troubleshoot Multizone environments, understanding the roles of primary and data zones.
  • Establish and manage Mobility Controller (MC) clusters, including cluster roles, load balancing, and hitless failover.
  • Delve into the intricacies of 802.11 roaming, role derivation, and user authentication processes for secure and efficient network access.
  • Set up and troubleshoot remote access solutions such as RAP, VIA, IAP-VPN, and branch controllers.
  • Optimize voice communications over WLAN with QoS, WMM, and UCC heuristic modes, and learn to monitor and troubleshoot voice connections.
  • Administer network operations effectively, including upgrading firmware, managing rollbacks, and understanding loadable service modules.
  • Utilize AirWave for network health monitoring, client and device troubleshooting, and custom reporting for insightful network management.

These learning objectives are designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to configure, manage, and optimize Aruba WLAN networks using the latest technologies and best practices.