In computer networking, a wireless access
point (WAP or AP) is a device that connects wireless
communication devices together to form a wireless
network. The WAP usually connects to a wired network,
and can relay data between wireless devices and
wired devices. Several WAPs can link together
to form a larger network that allows "roaming".
(In contrast, a network where the client devices
manage themselves - without the need for any access
points - becomes an ad-hoc network.) Wireless
access points have IP addresses for configuration.
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