I think we don't have any white paper like that..But since the users can associate, it can pass the data too..But the main concern is the data rates..It will be very very low with near max users associated..
There´s a answer that some of us dislike and this is: "it depends"..
I understand that 2000 users is the maximum capability of your AP, but you dont want to associate 2000 users to the same segment, instead you should analize very carefully the kinda traffic that some of them will send trough the AP, for example maybe two or three power users will saturate the bandwidth depending on the applications they use, and maybe 300 assistants use 5 Mbps of the AP, because they only use it to print !! CAn you see the difference? An advice? Analize your segment, the number of user and the applications, remember all nets are quite different.
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