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Wireless Networks: The New Norm in Business

The first difference is with a business you will need to use access points instead of the wireless routers you find at computer stores. A business network, even a small one, is connected to the internet by a single router called the gateway. All the locations which require wireless access will need an access point to cover that specific area. If you were to place a router at all these locations, you would end up segmenting your network with the firewall portion of the router which would cause communication problems on your network.

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