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The Wireless Network
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Implementing Wireless Access point (AP) or  Wireless router w/ firewall Wireless card or adapter (PC card) Repeaters
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Access Point (AP) Dedicated AP – has radio that serves as a bridge  between the wired and wireless network hardware   device  or a computer's  software  that acts as  a communication hub for users of a wireless device to  connect to a wired  LAN Important for providing heightened wireless security and  for extending the physical range of service Security gateways intercept wireless traffic as it passes  from AP to wired network for authentication of messages 
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IEEE 802.11 Wireless 802.11b – (late 1999) most widely implemented and  compatible with “g” All hot spots are 802.11b  802.11a – (late 2001) incompatible with “b” and “g”  products 802.11g – (mid 2003) compatible with “b” at “b” 
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