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A device that enables network devices with less interface cards to connect to the network. Wireless users (WiFi or WiMax) must be within the specified distance range limits.
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Wireless access point. A device that enables network devices with less interface cards to connect to the network. Wireless users (WiFi or WiMax) must be within the specified distance range limits. The WAP has cable, which is used to connect it to the larger hardwired network.
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