I'm using a brand new Cisco Rv120W wireless router, and I've found that no more that 8 WiFi devices are able to connect to the router at the same time. If a nineth device tries to connect to the wifi (any access point) the router denies the connection.
I've been through the docs and I've found no evidence of a limitation in WiFi connections, so I want to know if anyone knows about such a limitation.
Upgrade you router to latest code and go through below document
In the Max Associated Clients field, enter the maximum number of endpoints that can connect to this network. The default value is 8. You can change this number if you want to restrict traffic on the network to prevent it from being overloaded, for example. The number of clients connected across all four virtual access points cannot exceed 100
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