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The Wireless 802.11g Access Point enhances your wireless experience with three simple modes of operation.
First, when used with a Belkin Wireless 802.11g Router, its Range Extender mode lets you increase your wireless coverage area, expanding your ability to roam while keeping you connected to the Internet.
Secondly, by setting the unit to Access Point mode you can connect it to a wired router to add wireless access to an existing wired network.
And finally, Bridge mode lets you join two separate networks to form one network, for easy-access file, printer, and Internet sharing. It is based on breakthrough 802.11g technology that makes wireless file transfers and downloads faster than ever before.

802.11g technology provides you with networking speeds nearly five times faster than the 802.11b standard. Once you've done the simple setup, you can share data and peripherals, as well as a single Internet account among all your computers. 802.11g technology is the easiest wireless network to implement. The Belkin Wireless 802.11g Network Access Point uses the wireless 802.11g 2.4GHz standard to offer you the widest working range-up to 200 feet** - and greater interoperability in mixed networking environments. 802.11g technology is backward-compatible with the 802.11b Wi-Fi networking standard, so it allows you to implement faster wireless technologies in combination with existing 802.11b Wi-Fi networks.


*You must have version 2.00.04 or greater on your Belkin Wireless 802.11g Network Access Point
**Distance and connection speeds will vary depending on your network environment.

• Provides 3 modes of operation 
• Increases your wireless range up to 200 ft.** (Range Extender mode) 
• Adds wireless access to an existing wired network (Access Point mode) 
• Joins 2 separate networks to form 1 network, for easy-access file, printer, and Internet sharing (Bridge mode) 
• Works with all 802.11b devices 
• Features wireless 64-/128-bit WEP and WPA security 
• Works with PCs and Macintosh® computers

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