just wanted to now how many clients simultaneously associate with Cisco AP 1252G.. right now when I try to connect more thn 25 rest unable to access the AP. Clients (smart phones plus laptops) are using 802.11b/g standard.
an AP can handle too many. ideally up to 2000+ clients. However, practically it handls around 30+/- clients effeciently (depends on traffic and clietns type...etc). I have APs sometimes work with 50+ clients almost fine.
Do you have unified or autonomous APs?
If unified, make sure that you are not enabling aggressive load balancing.
Thnx for you reply actully i have four controllers Installed on 6509 switch (wism) and bunch of APs are connected with them. could you tell me from where i can verify suggested settings??
for 7.x and later codes it was something like this example:
Note: the doc above say that the config example is applied to 188.8.131.52 and above. Howeber, I remember on 6.0 the place from which you configure the feature is a bit different.
scenario is there is apache server installed on a machine and other are trying to connect the AP and thn access the apcahe server to fill a survey form.
As I said it could be a bug.
You can troubleshoot further by trying to collect debug client output on the WLC cli:
and then try to connect a client that should normally fail.
I am not sure if the feature is available on 5.0. But for 5.1 here is the location:
actually version 5 (and 5.0 specifically) is too buggy. It will not be a surprise if what you are having is some kind of a bug.
thnx amjad for your help right now survey is over with alternate solution but anyway I'll update you next time