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Conventional access points designed to support MDUs require careful planning and often take time to deploy - involving the drilling of holes, pulling cables and installing mounting brackets. These APs are typically installed in hallways, with firewalls, concrete, rebar, mirrors, plumbing and bathroom tile contributing to attenuation factors that result in poor signal quality. Additionally, because these APs are functionally limited in terms of service and management scale, most often, IT personnel running smaller MDUs choose to install a few independent APs and use an RF switch to manage them. This results in management complexity and added costs.