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  • Writer's pictureZencom Cabling Solutions, Inc.

What is a wireless access point, and what does it do?

  • A wireless access point is a device that allows you to connect to the internet without needing to use an Ethernet cable.Wireless access points work in partnership with a wireless router – their primary function is to extend the reach and speed of an existing WiFi network. They connect to a wireless network through either a wired Ethernet connection or by joining it wirelessly.

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