There is no magic answer to your question without a proper site survey and without knowing your clients specifications, but here are some common values (provided that a site survey was conducted properly) if you were using Cisco 7921:
1. Up to 27 active subscribers in ideal conditions, but as real world is not ideal conditions, aiming at 14 clients on 802.11g, or 7/8 clients on 802.11b/g, 20 clients on 802.11a. This is again IF you did a good site survey and respected the recommended practices. This document will help you:
2. The reasons for this limitation is the wireless space. Each user needs to send a certain number of voice packets per second, so you don't have space for more than a certain number of users without facing the risk of too many packets collisions, retries, and their corresponding delay and jitter issues.
3. 802.11a is usually quieter (less sources of interference) than 802.11/b/g, and is usually preferred for voice deployment... but it also depends on you clients! Are they 802.11a ? b? g? This will dictate what you can do.
4. 1000 users in one subnet? This looks very high to me... this is one broadcast domain, I would split them into smaller subnets... but on the wireless side, if you do the math (and if as usual you do a clean site survey, which will also need to take into account the expected density of users in each area), you would deploy somewhere around 50 APs if you deploy in 802.11a (but this also depends very much on how "big" your studio is, and how many APs you need to cover the physical area).
5. To avoid interferences, many things can be done, the very first one being a site survey. Then, there are usually more channels and less interferences in 802.11a. Then read the document referenced above, there are many things you need to do and understand to do a proper VoWLAN deployment...
Transferring Crash file from standby: Login to the Active WLC in HA.
From CLI: (Cisco Controller) >transfer upload datatype crash (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload filename (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload mode tftp (Cisco Controller) >transfer
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