Even with a wireless router, you may still find internet dead zones around your home or small business. A wireless access point (WAP) is the solution to this. WAPs enable Wifi access in an area where the router is out of range.
An access point is a device that creates a wireless local area network (WLAN). Like a wireless router, WAPs connect to a wired ethernet cable and convert the data received into a wireless signal.
Extreme Networks’ Extreme Wireless access points with cloud-driven wi-fi 6 offer high speed and efficiency. This includes Wi-Fi 6E access points.
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Courses on Extreme Access Wireless
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