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ACCESS POINT/ROUTER MPC8377
ACCESS POINT/ROUTER MPC8377
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NXP USA Inc.NXP USA Inc.
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MPC8377EWLANA-ND
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ObsoleteRouter--General PurposeUSB----
ACCESS POINT/ROUTER MPC8377
ACCESS POINT/ROUTER MPC8377
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NXP USA Inc.NXP USA Inc.
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MPC8377EWLANB-ND
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Gateways, Routers


A gateway is a node (router) in a computer network, a key stopping point for data on its way to and from other networks and often acts as a proxy server and a firewall. Gateways regulate traffic between two dissimilar networks, while routers regulate traffic between similar networks. These devices are selected by specific function, modulation or protocol, operational frequency, data rate, power output and interface.