It really depends on the AP you are using. If you are using Aironet you will have better control than another such as Orinoco. Wireless can be extremely finicky, and Cisco recommends 7 or less connections per AP. I don't know what you LAN looks like, but do some serios research and testing before you launch! You can prioritize the WAN traffic in the IOS. Something like:
I agree with Geoff. Do not deploy wireless unless you have an extreme need to do so and there is no other alternative. Apart from traffic management issues (the limitations APs have when processing calls), there are also a lot of issues surrounding security. This may be of less concern to voice than data, but is a concern nonetheless. You do not want folks listening in your 'confidential' calls.
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