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802.11N

Hello, my name is Ivan,

How many users can associate in Cisco AP that support 802.11N?

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Re: 802.11N

It depends on what the users are doing. I they are only doing email and web then o could have around 25-30 before you start to see degradation of service. Now if the users are doing a lot of video, then you are down to something more like 10-15.

Steve

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Re: 802.11N

Hi Sthephen thanks for your answer

Do you have any information of Cisco about it? The users are working with email and web, and i would like to know it.

Thanks

Regards

Re: 802.11N

Steve, what is the hard numbr of users 255 ?

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Re: 802.11N

Absolute hard max, 255 sounds correct. That many users and you would be crawling.

Steve

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Re: 802.11N

Steve,

It’s 128 per radio, though, right?

Justin

Re: 802.11N

Hummmmm... I know I got 246 devices on 1 5Ghz radio (1142) ...

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Re: 802.11N

George,

Yeah, I thought it was 255/256 or whatever per radio, too, but then thought I saw something on the forums that it was actually 128 per radio, giving the 256 count per AP. Not sure where I saw it..

Justin

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Re: 802.11N

Could you explain me your answer please, i dont underastand you

Regards

Ivan

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