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Wireless Access Points

Discover our entire line of business-grade WiFi 6 and 6E Access Points.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

An access point is a device that forms a wireless local area network (WLAN) which enables WiFi devices to connect. WAP's are typically used in offices or large buildings where a single WiFi router would be insufficient. AP's connect with wired Ethernet to the network infrastructure. NETGEAR offers a range of access points, including WiFi 6 access points.

An access point works by being connected to a router or a switch. This enables the access point to have an internet connection which it transmits as a WiFi signal to specific areas. Often AP's are powered with Power over Ethernet PoE Switches and do not require a physical 110v/220v power adaptor.

The main difference between an access point and a router is that while a router acts as the device that creates a network for devices to connect to, an access point provides an additional location for devices to connect from. NETGEAR offers multiple options of WiFi routers, which include a range of Nighthawk products, as well as access points, which include WiFi 6 access point products.