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Colubris Networks CN1050 Wireless Access Point
Manufacturer: Colubris Price: $799 
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This product -- actually a router for providing wireless Internet access to the masses -- lacks a few things bigger businesses might like, but offers up a wealth of security options that should keep most SMBs quite happy.
SonicWALL SOHO TZW
Manufacturer: SonicWALL Price: $895 
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What more could you ask than a winning combination of firewall, VPN, and access point, all in one box?? Considering the times, more than 802.11b and WEP would be nice.
Compaq Enterprise Access Point
Manufacturer: Compaq Price: $999 
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Enterprise-grade 802.11b A.P. with dual radios, 10/100 Ethernet port, and Power over Ethernet.
Aironet 350 Series
Manufacturer: Cisco Price: $1024 
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Full-featured enterprise-grade 802.11b A.P.
-Supports wireless AP to AP connection.
- Has more powerful radio, improved security, & power over Ethernet (vs. 340 series).
- Multiple models available.
Vivato 2.4GHz Wi-Fi Outdoor Switch
Manufacturer: Vivato Price: $15500 
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The traditional method of deploying WLANs is to install multiple access points inside a building. Vivato offers an alternative that provides flexible coverage within a facility with less hardware and lower costs. The solution? Put the hardware outside.
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