With the emergence of wireless wireless networks, a new generation of radios is getting their own wireless access points, or WANs.
While the cost is generally lower than a wired network, there are a few caveats.
Radios with WAN connectivity have to be connected to a dedicated network, which means that the user has to be on the same network with a different device (i.e. a router or wireless access point).
WAN access points can only be installed on the home network, not on the office network.
Also, WAN networks are only available in some areas, so some users may have to spend extra time configuring the network on their home network.
This article will walk you through the steps needed to set up a wireless accesspoint for your Radios.
Note: The information presented in this article is based on a free trial of a wireless network called Smartwireless.
You may want to consider buying a full license or paying a subscription fee for a monthly or annual license.
The Smartwireline wireless accesspoints are designed to provide a great experience for wireless enthusiasts, but some may find them too expensive for their needs.