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What is the limitation number of client on a wired end of a Wireless networ

What is the limitation number of clients (PC or Switch etc) that should be connected on to the wired LAN end of a Wireless network ?

Wired LAN (SWITCH)<------>AP/Bridge <-->Antenna

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Re: What is the limitation number of client on a wired end of a

There is no physical limitation with the AP for this however as all the devices will be in the one broadcast domain standard LAN scaling design limitations apply.

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Re: What is the limitation number of client on a wired end of a

I was told that the maximum number of clients that can be connnected on the Wired LAN end of the AP is 256

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Re: What is the limitation number of client on a wired end of a

The limitation of 256 is DHCP subnet limitation.

However, since they are in the same broadcast domain and using CDMA/CA algorithm that has about 50 percent of overhead, you probably should not support that many clients with 1 AP on the same channel.

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