What this kind of device called?
We're thinking of going wireless in a new building but don't want to have to
install wireless cards in all existing PCs. Is there a device that works
like a little hub/switch but instead of it's uplink being a physical wire,
uses a wireless connection to an access point? The idea would be to simply
plug the existing PCs in clusters (four per desk) into this "wireless hub".
And I realise "wireless hub/switch" isn't probably the right name.
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