Easiest wireless access for via a 2611XM router?

Hi, I'm looking for some conceptual guidance. I have a 2611XM that I am using in a home lab. I=92d like to provide 802.11a/b/g access via the router. What is the easiest way to do this?

I=92m not familiar with Cisco=92s wireless equipment. Is there a WIC or AIM card that can accomplish this, or should I get a Cisco access point and connect it to one of the FastEthernet ports? If the access point is the way to go, does anybody have any recommendations for an access point model for security and wireless lab examples?

Thanks, John

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John Heitmuller
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Cisco wireless AP would be the easiest way to go. you would plug the router and the AP into a switch configure the network and wireless settings and away you go...

You can get an 1100 or 1200 series AP from ebay for around $100 or so...

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Artie Lange

Thanks Artie, that was helpful.

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John Heitmuller

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