Access Points

Access points (APs) are networking devices that provide a wireless connection point for Wi-Fi clients, such as laptops, smartphones, and other wireless-enabled devices. Access points are used to extend the coverage of a wired LAN (Local Area Network) by creating a wireless network. Here are key features and concepts associated with access points-

  • Bridge Between Wired and Wireless Networks
  • Wireless Standards and Frequencies
  • Bandwidth Management
  • Power over Ethernet (PoE)
  • Security Features(WPA2/WPA3, MAC address filtering, and the ability to hide the SSID)