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a worker who routes shipments for distribution and delivery

(computer science) a device that forwards data packets between computer networks

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EAP1300EXT:11 ac Wave 2 Access Point with external detachable antennas
This eliminates the need for a power plug at each access point or phone.
For our example, we will use equipment designed for the "g" standard, a Linksys Wireless Access Point Router, which costs about $70, and two Ethernet cables, costing about $5 each.
The fact that two wireless clients can talk directly to one another, bypassing the access point as a whole, can jeopardize both party's confidential files.
Each access point in a wireless network is programmed with a unique identifier known as a Service Set Identifier (SSID).
The price of hardware necessary for wireless has dropped considerably, with access points ranging from $150 to $500 apiece, and network adapter cards as Low as $60.
Underscoring SMC's commitment to making wireless connectivity truly practical for multiple applications, the EliteConnect Universal Wireless Access Point joins the EliteConnect Universal 2.
Vivato debuted the Bridge/Router last April and is engaged in an extensive beta program to test the product's capabilities as a stand-alone access point and as part of a Wi-Fi system, which includes Vivato's 2.
Wavelink's rogue access point detection offering is the only one of its kind that does not require special equipment or a dedicated effort from an IT administrator.
The new D-LinkAir DWL-900AP Combination Wireless Bridge or Access Point provides users with the ability to weave a "web" of wireless connectivity across large areas when set to one of the two bridging modes or create a wireless network infrastructure in access point mode.