System engineers or networking engineers, those who design complex networks, are the target audience for the HP0-758 exam, HP ProCurve Mobility. This exam is one of the core requirements for certification as an Accredited System Engineer (ASE) for ProCurve Networking. This certification demonstrates that individuals have the advanced skills to design advanced, scalable ProCurve-based networks and can implement and support these complex switched and routing environments. Prerequisite for the exam is AIS – ProCurve Networking certification as well as attendance at the HP ProCurve Security course. The HP0-758 exam consists of 60 multiple-choice questions. Candidates will have 90 minutes and must score 71% in order to pass.
Areas of content covered on this exam will include such items as 802.11 Wireless LAN technology fundamentals, an overview of ProCurve WLAN products, advanced WLAN concepts and technologies, implementing 802.1X authentication with a Windows 2003 RADIUS server, advanced wireless technologies, wireless VLANs and designing a wireless network. HP recommends that candidates attend its instructor-led seminar, HP ProCurve Mobility, in order to better prepare for the exam, but it is not required.
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