March 2, 2007, Newsletter Issue #54: Wireless Network and Access Points

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You can have several access points in a wireless network. When setting up a wireless network, you may determine that you need a longer range then one access point can offer, or you may need to add more equipment then one access point can handle. In this case, you can attach several access points, either as separate hardware or by using a computer with special software.

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