Polycom Ethernet to Wireless

I have 6 Polycom 310s for Telemedicine.  The 310 only allows for ethernet connections.  I have high quality wireless networks at all of our sites.

My goal is to find an adapter that I can mount on my TeleMedicine carts will connect to our Cisco or Ubiquiti WLAN that will turn the wireless access into a CAT5 Ethernet connection that I can plug into my Polycom 310.

Effectively turn my CAT5 only 310 into a wireless device.

Any ideas?
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Most wireless routers have CAT jacks, can you mount a wireless router on your cart and connect that way?
Just a thought, not into wireless much.
Craig BeckCommented:
Something like the Edimax CV-7428NS or TP-LINK TL-WR702N would be perfect.  It would connect as a client to your Cisco or Ubiquiti network and simply pass traffic to the Ethernet port of your Polycom device.
Tim EdwardsIT Team Lead - Unified Communications & CollaborationCommented:
We have had great success using the apple airports for COW's as well Mobile TeleMedicine Carts on our Aruba Wireless infrastructure.
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lrmcenterAuthor Commented:
I am looking at this model:

NETGEAR WNCE3001-100NAS 1 x 10/100Mbps Ethernet port Universal Dual Band Wireless Internet Adapter

Standards: IEEE 802.11b/g/n
Security: Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA2-PSK, WPA-PSK) and WEP data encryption
Antenna: Internal Antenna
Color: Black
Model #: WNCE3001-100NAS

Any thoughts?
Craig BeckCommented:
I'd be happy with that. Dual-band too so will work at 5GHz as well as 2.4.

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lrmcenterAuthor Commented:
I think this was our best option.
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