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Xerox WNA-100 Bridge - 097S03742
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The Xerox Wireless Network Adapter allows multiple users on a wireless local area network (LAN) to print and scan to Xerox devices. The Wireless Network Adapter can be used in 802.11a/b/g wireless networks for accessing Xerox devices. The adapter also includes an ethernet interface for connecting to a Xerox device. After configuring the adapter for your wireless LAN, and connecting the Xerox printing device up to your wired network, you can print to that device over the wireless network. If the device has network scan or fax capability, you can use these services. The Wireless Network Adapter is a LAN bridge that transparently transmits network traffic from the wireless LAN to the wired network. It can be used with a large number of Xerox printers and multifunction devices and can also be configured to work in a large number of wireless environments. The Wireless Network Adapter supports common wireless security protocols (WEP, WPA, WPA2) and 802.1X and has port based network access control. The adapter has a built-in web server for configuring the device using your favorite browser.

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  • Other Product Codes for this item:
  • 097-S03742
  • 097S0374
  • 097S037
  • 097S03
  • S03742

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