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How many users can to support the AP105 with a good service

Hi everyone,

 

Our customer is asking us about How many users can to support the AP105 with a good service?

 

 

I have looking at the AP105 datasheet but I have no found  information about How many users can to support the AP105 with a good service?

 

 

Do you know where I can to find information about it?

 

 

Thank you

 

 

Wilson

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Re: How many users can to support the AP105 with a good service

Please see the thread here:  http://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/Access-Points-and-Mesh-Routers/IAP-105-Maximum-number-of-devices/m-p/14990/highlight/true#M17

 

It all depends on the application.

 

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Aruba Employee

Re: How many users can to support the AP105 with a good service

we have deployed AP105s in a various market sectors and so far we have seen it easily support 25-35 users using email, and web base applications.

 

Occasional Contributor II

Re: How many users can to support the AP105 with a good service

I've seen 60 clients connect to a single AP105.    No one reported any issues.

Guru Elite

Re: How many users can to support the AP105 with a good service

True.  We have observed the same on occasion, and all of the users were using very well-behaved and resilient applications like web browsing and email.

 

Your client mix will also determine how many users can connect to an access point.  If your users are all 802.11n, you will definitely be able to host more users, because they will not be degraded by slower 802.11a/b/g clients.  A good presentation just posted at Airheads Dallas about high density WLANs is here:  http://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/Community-Knowledge-Base/Designing-High-Density-Wireless-LANs/ta-p/20428

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