This study guide helps you prepare for the Architecting HP FlexNetwork Solutions exam (HP0-Y50). Organized along the lines of exam objectives, chapters can be studied independently when preparing for the HP ASE FlexNetwork Solutions Architect certification. To pass the exam, you will need to understand how to design and architect an enterprise level network based on open industry standards. The study guide sets the stage for designing HP FlexNetwork solutions by outlining trends that are transforming network architectures. It then provides strategies for meeting with customers, discussing their needs, and defining their general requirements as well as specific requirements for availability, security, and quality of service (QoS). Once you understand how to determine these requirements, you learn best practices for designing campus LAN and branch solutions from selecting products, to designing the logical topology, to planning VLANs and IP addressing, to designing IP routing schemes. You can also dive deeper into planning wireless and wired solution integration, port-based authentication, guest solutions, and secure device management. Finally, you learn how to ensure that your solution meets each customer s needs for QoS and for redundancy and resiliency.
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Miriam Allred has spent the last nine years configuring, testing, and troubleshooting HP wired and wireless networks. Miriam combines this wide range of technical expertise with pedagogy and instructional design training, allowing her to create technical training courses for both advanced and entry-level networking professionals. Miriam Allred has a Masters degree from Cleveland State University and a Bachelors degree from Brigham Young University.
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