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Wireless bridge vs. wireless access point

What's the difference between a wireless bridge and a wireless access point?
A wireless bridge can connect another wireless bridge and transparently bridge two networks. A wireless bridge can also connect wireless clients at the same time. A wireless access point can connect wireless clients only. Another wireless access point can be connected only as a repeater for connecting wireless clients.
This was last published in January 2003

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