I was reading a wireless document that shows a design where 3 WAPs on a 802.11b/g network for 180 users.
Best practices talk about 15 to 20 users per Access Point, which is what we typically do anyway.
So, my question is can the Cisco 1230 or 1240 Access Points (as an example) support like 50 to 60 users per Access Point within range?
I understand that the WAP wireless network is a shared (like a hub) network thus bandwidth is shared among all connected wireless users.
So, understand those considerations, but I want to know if those Access Points can actually support that number of connected wireless users or if there is a maximum number of associated users?