Re: Wireless Kit
- From: "Paulg0" <zdg18@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 31 Jan 2009 20:58:14 -0000
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"Jono" <nothanks@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:mn.e2897d91c409a18f.88534@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxHello,
Any thoughts on the best (with reasonable price) wireless access points to connect to an existing network?
Two floor business premises with a number of laptop users.
2 WAPs should cover it but want some reliable kit.
for reliability (and business-credibility) it has to be cisco. Not cheap, but then they are very good and won't let you down. Security is also good with cisco.
Netgear WG102 is very reliable, well built and good value at around £95 (Dabs)
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