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What is the maximum number of infrastructure Access Points that can associate with a WDS Access Point?
To configure Wireless Domain Services (WDS) on your WLAN network, either an Access Point (AP) or a switch with the Wireless LAN Services Module (WLSM) must be configured as the WDS device.
A WDS-configured AP that also serves client devices (provides associations to client devices) supports up to 30 participating infrastructure APs, but a WDS AP with radios disabled supports up to 60 participating APs.
In versions earlier than 12.3(4)JA, Cisco did not support more than 60 APs with a WDS AP with radios off. But Cisco did not enforce this restriction of 60 APs. Now Cisco enforces the limitation that was documented earlier. If a WLSM-equipped switch is used, a WDS device supports up to 300 infrastructure APs.