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    WFS709TP - which access points?

    I have this WiFi controller - the information states:
    Several other NETGEAR access point products can also be repurposed to work with the WFS709TP. Refer to the NETGEAR support site for a list of which NETGEAR APs can be repurposed, and for instructions on how to do so.
    But can I find said list - not on your nelly. If anyone can point me in the right direction I would be most grateful.

    All I want to know is can I "repurpose" a WAG302 v2 to work with the controller? If so how do I do it? It's not a lot to ask of Netgear, is it?

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    Supported WFS709TP access points

    Hello,

    I work for Netgear on our business wireless products. I saw your post and wanted to provide the quick answer to your question.

    The WFS709TP supports natively the WGL102 and WAGL102. You can convert a WG102 into a WGL102 and you can convert a WAG102 into a WAGL102. Unfortunately, the WG302 cannot be controlled by the WFS709TP.

    Regards,
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    Thanks for the information I'm glad someone knew the answer I had already converted two WAG102s with firmware upgrades, which got me on to thinking about the 302s. Not to worry at least the controller recognises the 302s.
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    its great to see a vendor pop onto the forums and offer some support +rep for that

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    Quote Originally Posted by CPLTD View Post
    its great to see a vendor pop onto the forums and offer some support +rep for that
    Yes, especially since they appear to have joined in order to do so.

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