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Wireless LANs can be significantly more expensive than their wired Ethernet equivalents, so you'll want to use them only when one or more of their unique features—mobility and elimination of the need to run wires—are important. We've seen IEEE 802.11 radio wireless stations priced from $70 to 600 per port. If you need an access point, you'll be adding a cost of $1,000 to 2,000 to the network per access point.

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