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802.11a/b number of devices limitation

Hello all

I would like to ask what is the number of devices that an aironet can support, especially for 802.11b, either theoretical limitation or/and practical..

Thanx alot!

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Re: 802.11a/b number of devices limitation

The practical limit is based on the type of traffic but the general rule is 20-25, for laptop/pda and 7-8 for 802.11 phones per AP

The real limit is much higher at 2047 which you will never acheive and still maintain and sort of decent data throughput

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Re: 802.11a/b number of devices limitation

The practical limit is based on the type of traffic but the general rule is 20-25, for laptop/pda and 7-8 for 802.11 phones per AP

The real limit is much higher at 2047 which you will never acheive and still maintain and sort of decent data throughput

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