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Re: What Products does the WAB501 Work With?

All NETGEAR 802.11b and 802.11a adapters, access points and wireless routers, including: * WAB102 Dual Band AP * ME102 802.11b AP * HE102 802.11a AP * 802.11b adapters: MA101, MA311, MA401, MA701 * 802.11a adapters: HA311, HA501 * MR314 802.11b router * HR314 802.11a router * MR814 802.11b router Also, the WAB501 will interoperate with other manufacturer's 802.11a and 802.11b products that are based on the Wi-Fi standard.

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