Tell me about wireless access points

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  1. Marcos

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    What do they do? Is it just like a router or? :confused:
     
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    They are a point in which to access a network, wirelessly. :big grin:
     
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    An access point is a wired to wireless bridge. It lets you connect wireless computers to an existing wired Ethernet network and have higher level protocols (TCP/IP, HTTP, NetBIOS, etc) operate as if all the computers were wired to the same LAN.
     
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    Right, its like upgrading to a wireless network without changing the existing network..

    No use for me then, thanks anyway.
     

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