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A Wireless Access Point (WAP) is a physical device used in an ethernet computer network to provide wireless connections to the network.  A WAP is connected physically to a network switch or router and other devices can then connect to the network wirelessly.  WAPs may have a variety of features including the ability to select different wireless channels, various types of encryption protocol, and additional security such as limiting  the devices that can connect to a specified list.

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