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Does the Sonicwall TZ 180 Wireless work with linksys WRE54G Expanders?

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I have a linksys WR54G2 access point and am replacing it with a SonicWall TZ 180 Wireless.  Will my Linksys WRE54G expanders continue to work?
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Yes, they should. I have Linksys expanders with Sonicwall equipment and I have no problems.
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Thanks!
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