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How to complete the Aruba Certified ClearPass Expert (ACCX) certification?
Every one knows that HPE certification verifies your sales or technical expertise—enhancing your credibility among peers and customers. HPE certifications can be divided into two categories. One is Sales "HPE Partner Restricted" certifications are available to individuals employed by HPE or by HPE Partners, including OEMs and service partners;
the othe is Technical "Career Professional" certifications are available to everyone, which including five categories including Compute, Hybrid Cloud, Networking, Software, Storage.
Aruba Certified ClearPass Expert (ACCX) certification is one of the Networking certifications, which validates your ability to design and deploy enterprise-level networks using your comprehensive knowledge of the Aruba ClearPass product portfolio. It will validate that you:
● Understand how to add and manage NAD in ClearPass
● Understand ClearPass services, policies and enforcement profiles
● Understand how to integrate and use AD in ClearPass
● Know how to use Access Tracker for handling authentication issues
● Can work with ClearPass guest accounts, web login pages and self-registration pages
● Understand Guest services and configuring Aruba Controller for guest authentication
● Understand health check process posture tokens
● Understand device profiling and attribute collectors
● Understand device on-boarding process and deployment
● Understand on-boarding services and single & dual SSID on-boarding
It will require candidates to complete two exams. First, candidates need to take and pass the Aruba Certified ClearPass Expert Written Exam HPE6-A81 exam successfully. Then they need to take Aruba Certified ClearPass Expert Practical Exam HPE0-A127P. The most important thing is the HPE6-A81 ACCX Written Exam is required to be passed before the practical exam. Once the written is passed, you will only have 18 months to pass the ACCX Practical Exam. Candidates who do not pass the ACCX Practical Exam within 18 months will have to retake the current ACCX written exam. HPE recommends that you register for the ACCX Practical Exam within 12 months of passing the written exam to ensure that you pass in the allotted 18-month timeframe.
What does the Aruba Certified ClearPass Expert Written Exam HPE6-A81 mainly test?
As the Aruba Certified ClearPass Expert Written Exam, HPE6-A81 exam mainly validates that the candidate is able to design, configure, and troubleshoot various ClearPass products commonly used in large scale customer deployments. This included ClearPass policy manager, Guest, Profiling, Onboarding, Onguard, Posture, Clustering, Redundancy, and external server integration. The real HPE6-A81 exam contains 60 questions, which test the objectives including:
Deployment and Cluster 20%
Guest Access Design and Implementation 24%
Secure Access Design and Implementation 24%
Onboard Deployments and BYOD 12%
OnGuard and Endpoint Profile 12%
Administrative Access 4%
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A customer would like to allow only the AD users with the "Manager" title from the "HO" location to Onboard their personal devices. Any other AD users should not be authorized to pass beyond the initial device provisioning page.
Which Onboard service will you use to implement this requirement?
A. Onboard Authorization service
B. Onboard Pre-Auth service
C. Onboard Provisioning service
D. Onboard CP login service
What configuration steps should you follow to add terms and conditions page on Guest seIf-registration for CPPM? (Select two).
A. Edit the creetoraccepiterms form field in register page and change HTML section by pointing the hyperlink to the HTML file uploaded
B. Edit the accept_terms form field in receipt page and change HTML section by pointing the hyper link to the HTML file uploaded m Guest Manager
C. Create an HTML page with custom terms and condition and upload it to public files
under Clearpass Guest -> configuration -> content manager
D. Edit the creatoracceprterms form field in receipt page and change HTML section by pointing the hyperlink to the HTML file uploaded
E. Create an HTML page with custom terms and condition and upload it to private files under Clearpass Guest -> configuration -> content manager
A customer has acquired another company that has its own Active Directory infrastructure. The 802 1X PEAP authentication works with the customer's original Active Directory servers but the customer would like to authenticate users from the acquired company as well.
What steps are required, in regards to the Authentication Sources, in order to support this request? (Select two.)
A. Create a new Authentication Source, type Active Directory.
B. Create a new Authentication Source, type Generic LDAP.
C. Add the new AD server(s) as backup into the existing Authentication Source.
D. There is no need to join ClearPass to the new AD domain.
E. Join the ClearPass server(s) to the new AD domain.
The customer has a 19.940 loT devices connected to the network and would like to use Allow All Mac Auth to authenticate the users and enforce the action based on the condition defined with the fingerprint details of the device.
Which Authorization source would you use to decide the access of the devices?
A. Clear Pass Profiler Database
B. Endpoint Database
C. Local User Database
D. Guest Device Database
Your customer has recently implemented a seIf-registration portal in ClearPass Guest to be used on a Guest SSID broadcast from an Aruba controller Your customer has started complaining that the users are not able to reliably access the Internet after clicking the login button on the receipt page They tell you that the users will click the login button multiple times and after about a minute they gam access.
What could be causing this issue?
A. The enforcement profile on ClearPass is set up with an IETF:session delay.
B. The self-registration page is configured with a 1 minute login delay.
C. The guest users are assigned a firewall user role that has a rate limit.
D. The guest users are assigned multiple DNS servers delaying DNS response.
A customer has two different geographical sites deployed with two ClearPass servers in each site. Site A has the Publisher (CPPM1) and a subscriber (CPPM2) and Site B has two subscribers (CPPM3 S CPPM4) All wired and wireless authentication requests from the respective sites are handled by respective CPPMs deployed in the sites When both the CPPM servers in Site B are lost, the authentications from Site B is handled by Site A subscriber (CPPM2). To control the Multi-Master Cache flush and reduce the amount of inter-site traffic, the customer also created a new Policy Manager Zone (Zone1) The Site B CPPM3 & CPPM4 are part of Zone! and Site A CPPM2 is also mapped to Zone1 as it will act as the backup RADIUS server for Site B The corporate laptops are installed with Persistent agent to run the OnGuard check and the OnGuard settings are also mapped to the Zones The Site A corporate user subnets are mapped to default zone and the Site 6 corporate user subnets are mapped to Zone1. The customer has the following issue in the setup: The corporate clients from Site A authenticating against the CPPM2 as their Primary RADIUS server assigns Quarantine enforcement profile even though the user s health status is Healthy.
What is the cause of this issue?
A. Multi-master cache also contains the roles and posture of the associated and unassociated clients and is shared with all members part of that Policy Manager Zone. CPPM2 belongs to Zone1 and the OnGuard setting for Site A is part of the default zone and the system health validation information is sent to one of the nodes that are part of its home zone As Posture cache for Site A hi not available with CPPMZ. it fails to apply the enforcement profile based on correct health status.
B. Multi-master cache also contains the roles and posture of the connected clients and is shared only with the members part of that Policy Manager Zone. CPPM2 belongs to Zone1 and the OnGuard setting for Site A is part of the default zone and the OnGuard system
health validation information is sent to one of the nodes that are part of its home zone only. As Posture cache for Site A is not available with CPPM2. it fails to apply the enforcement profile based on correct health status.
C. Multi-master cache also contains the roles and posture of the connected clients and is shared across all members part of the cluster. The OnGuard setting for Site A is part of only the default zone and the system health validation information is sent to one of the nodes that are part of its home zone only As the OnGuard setting of the Site A corporate user subset is not mapped with default as well as Zone1. CPPM2 fails to apply the enforcement profile based on correct health status.
D. Multi-master cache also contains the roles and posture of the connected clients and is shared across all members part of the cluster. The OnGuard setting for Site A is part of only the default zone and the OnGuard system health validation information is sent to one of the nodes that is part of its home zone only. As the CPPM2 is also not mapped to the default zone as well as Zone1, CPPM2 fails to apply the enforcement profile based on correct health status.
Where is the following information stored in Clear Pass?
- Roles and Posture for Connected Clients
- System Health for OnGuard
- Machine authentication State
- CoA session info
- Mapping of connected clients to NAS/NAD
A. ClearPass system cache
B. Multi-Master cache
C. Insight database
D. Endpoint database
When building an SNMP-based enforcement profile what option can you assign to the user as actions? (Select three).
A. Enforce a VLAN ID for the client
B. Set a session timeout for the client
C. Enforce Firewall policies
D. Send captive portal web re-direct URL
E. ClearPass Downloadable Role
F. Reset the connection after the settings has been pushed
The customer has configured the guest self-registration with sponsor approval. The guest users that the sponsor email and the other requested details while registering the account but the users were able to complete the authentication and access the internet without the sponsor's approval.
What configuration settings will you check to make this setup work?
A. Check if sponsor name field is enabled in the register form page
B. Check if sponsor email field is enabled in the register form page
C. Check if authentication option n is enabled in the self-registration page enabled.
D. Check if sponsor confirmation is enabled in the self-registration page
You have configured a factory default Aruba controller with Clear Pass for guest access and the NAS vendor settings - Address field in the guest weblogin page is configured with Aruba controller's default self-signed certificate common name "securelogin.arubanetworks.com" that the client will use to submit the authentication request.
What happens when the client sends a DNS request to securelogin aruba networks com?
A. The controller will intercept the ONS request sent to its HTTPS certificate common name and return its own IP address.
B. Address field in the web login vendor settings should be set to IP address of the controller instead of certificate CN name.
C. Client does not send the DNS request, the ClearPass resolves the hostname in the NAS vendor settings Address field.
D. The controller will pass the request to the DNS server and server returns the IP of the controller from the DNS records.