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  2. Rogue access point - Wikipedia

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    Soft access point. A "soft access point" (soft AP) can be set up on a Wi-Fi adapter using for example Windows' virtual Wi-Fi or Intel's My WiFi. This makes it possible, without the need of a physical Wi-Fi router, to share the wired network access of one computer with wireless clients connected to that soft AP.

  3. Lightweight Access Point Protocol - Wikipedia

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    Lightweight Access Point Protocol (LWAPP) is the name of a protocol that can control multiple Wi-Fi wireless access points at once. This can reduce the amount of time spent on configuring, monitoring or troubleshooting a large network. The system will also allow network administrators to closely analyze the network.

  4. Femtocell - Wikipedia

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    Access Point Base Stations are also required, since carrying voice calls, to provide a 911 (or 999, 112, etc.) emergency service, as is the case for VoIP phone providers in some jurisdictions. This service must meet the same requirements for availability as current wired telephone systems, such as functioning during a power failure.

  5. Wireless community network - Wikipedia

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    A Patras Wireless Network (PWN) access point, the first city-wide wireless community network in Greece. Houston Wireless was founded in summer 2001 as the Houston Wireless Users Group. The telecommunications providers were slow to roll out third-generation wireless ( 3G ), so Houston Wireless was established to promote high-speed wireless ...

  6. WAP - Wikipedia

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    Wireless access point, a device that allows wireless devices to connect to a wired network and to each other; Wireless Application Protocol, a technical standard for accessing information over a mobile wireless network; Wide AC electric passenger, a classification of Indian locomotives; Other uses

  7. VAP - Wikipedia

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    Virtual Access Point, a method of using multiple BSSIDs on single physical Wireless access point; VAP protein family, where VAP is the umbrella term for the conserved VAMP-associated protein, where VAMP stands for vesicle-associated membrane protein. Humans have two VAPs: VAPA and VAPB

  8. Medium access control - Wikipedia

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    Examples of shared physical media are bus networks, ring networks, hub networks, wireless networks and half-duplex point-to-point links. The multiple access method may detect or avoid data packet collisions if a packet mode contention based channel access method is used, or reserve resources to establish a logical channel if a circuit-switched ...

  9. Wi-Fi Protected Access - Wikipedia

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    Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA), Wi-Fi Protected Access II (WPA2), and Wi-Fi Protected Access 3 (WPA3) are the three security and security certification programs developed after 2000 by the Wi-Fi Alliance to secure wireless computer networks.