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PostSubject: Router vs Access Points   Fri Nov 13, 2015 4:55 pm

A router is a device used to direct messages to and from computers, while Access Points are interconnection points that bridge computers.
2. Only the router has a traffic management function, allowing a free-flow of messages and information between computers.
3. Only the router can act as a DHCP server.
4. Routers and Access Points feature the same security softwares, such as WEP, WPA, 8021x and TKPI, but only routers uses NAT protocol.

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