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A wireless device (e.g. an access point) is adapted to communicate wirelessly with a class 1 device and a class 2 device, wherein the class 2 device is capable of communicating in a manner that is not compatible with the class 1 device. The wireless device may comprise host logic, an antenna, and a MAC coupled the host logic and the antenna. The MAC may cause the wireless device to emit a poll that is recognized differently by the class 1 device as compared to the class 2 device and that causes the wireless device to operate for a reserved period of time in which the class 2 device can communicate in a manner that is not compatible with the class 1 device.