Thank you for posting. Do you intend to add it as a wired access point? Are you looking to repeat or bridge an existing signal with the AP541N? Please provide a little more detail so we can provide a good answer.
I am not aware of any issues caused by having the AP541N connected to the same network as WAP4410Ns. If they are being used as wired access points they should not cause any problems for each other. I have not tested the devices together on the same network for any length of time though. Please let us know if you run into any issues long term.
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