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NETGEAR WNAP320 ProSafe Wireless N Access PointNETGEAR has announced a pair of business-grade 802.11n access points.

The NETGEAR ProSafe Wireless N Access Point (WNAP320) and the NETGEAR ProSafe Dual Band Wireless N Access Point (WNDAP360) are single radio 2.4 and 2.4 / 5 GHz access points designed for business use.

Both APs support 802.3af PoE and can be individually managed via browser interface or integrated with NETGEAR's WC7500 series wireless controller hardware and WMS management software.

Other features include WPA and WPA2 encryption, multiple VLAN, VPN pass-through, rogue access-point detection, 802.1X authentication with RADIUS support and WDS bridging / repeating.

The WNAP320 is available now for $350 MSRP. The WNDAP360 will be available later this quarter, with pricing TBD.

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