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Preparation for ACE-A exam

Hi all, I began with Arista recently, and I would like to prepare for ACE-A exam. From Arista website (https://solutions.arista.com/ace-a-exam) I can see that they talk about official documentacion to prepare this certification but I can’t find nothing. Anybody can tell me which are the book to take this certification or where get it?   Thanks all!

Working with certificates

Introduction and motivation Encryption protocols like HTTPS use certificates to authenticate the remote server (sometimes also the client) as there are no other means to verify to which device you are currently talking. If the server (in our case the switch providing management access via an HTTP based REST API) is located in our own network, it is usually acceptable to work with so-called self-signed certificates. A self-signed certificate is not signed by a certification authority (CA), which would confirm that the CA (an institution you trust) has verified the identity of the certificate holder. By default, Arista EOS based...
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How to Configure Certificates on the On-Premises Wireless Manager

Introduction This article describes the configuration steps for both Third-party and Self-signed certificates. As a security best practice, it is important to configure a server certificate on Wireless Manager. The certificate can be a third-party or in-house/self-signed certificate. Certificates must be issued by a well-known Certification Authority (CA) or internal CA. Prerequisites config shell access to Wireless Manager Windows Server (for self-signed certificate) Solution Method 1: Configure Self-Signed Certificate SSH to Wireless Manager with the config user credentials. Execute the following command: get cert This generates a self-signed SSL certificate for a fully qualified DNS name and gets automatically installed...
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Securing eAPI

Introduction In this article we will talk about a few tips to secure our eAPI access, for example, HTTPS, changing port, certificate, ACL, on-box, AAA, vrf etc. Turning on/off eAPI First of all, the most secure way is turning off eAPI, which is by default. myswitch#configure myswitch(config)#management api http-commands myswitch(config-mgmt-api-http-cmds)#shutdown To turn eAPI on by “no shutdown”, by default the HTTPS protocol is running and HTTP is turned off for secure purpose, because HTTP send user and password in clear text. HTTP can be used by “protocol http”, however, we recommend using HTTPS. Both HTTP and HTTPS can be used concurrently. myswitch#configure terminal myswitch(config)#management api http-commands...
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