The HP0-207 : ProCurve Adaptive Edge Fundamentals certification exam is one of the fundamental requirements for those seeking to be certified as an Accredited Integration Specialist (AIS).
The content of this test focuses primarily upon the following topics:
1. Device Configuration and Monitoring
2. Configuring VLANs
3. HP ProCurve Manager and HP ProCurve Manager Plus
4. Increasing Capacity and Improving Availability
5. Introduction to Wide Area Network Configuration
6. Introduction to Dynamic Routing & 10Gb Ethernet
7. Enabling Convergence
8. Introduction to Wireless Access and Access Control Configuration
9. Network Design and Deployment
The HP0-207 test features 60 multiple choice questions, and a test taker will have approximately 90 minutes to complete the exam.
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