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Attach wireless hotspot to existing network? (Sonicwall)

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I have two ISP routers coming into a single Sonicwall NSA2400 (for failover) - then into a number of switches on the LAN.  I'd like to add wireless access to the network.  Does this require an additional wireless router inside the firewall - or are there "Access Points" I can just attach off the NSA2400 or the existing switches to create wireless access to the network?  What's the best way to do this?
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