WAP4410N compatible with HGA9N High-Gain Omnidirectional
Requesting you help will WAP4410n accept a HGA9N high gain antenna, I know the connector are different since the HGA9N has a N-type connector and the access point has R-SMA three connections, but wondering if purchasing a cable of about 150 ft. R-SMA to N-type would actual do the job for outdoors which is where the HGA9n antenna will be installed. Any ideas let me know or if it even works.
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