What is a VLAN and why would I need to use this feature of the TEW-636APB?

Virtual LAN, a network of computers that behave as if they are connected to the same wired network even though they may actually be physically located on different parts on a LAN. The TEW-636APB allows you to create VLAN to separate wireless client from each other while connecting to the same TEW-636APB Access Point.
FAQ ID: 1677
Created: 10/8/2008
Modified: 10/8/2008
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