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My question is about this example in page 62 in the Aruba Mobility Controllers VRD version 9:

Number of RAPs + Number of VIA Clients (x2 for SSL fallback) <= Mobility Controller IPsec Tunnel Limit

 

Example: An Aruba 3600 is being used as a remote access mobility controller and it has a maximum tunnel count of 4096 and a maximum of 8,192 users. With a full load of 512 RAPs, the mobility controller still has the capacity to terminate 3,584 VIA clients without SSL fallback, or 1,792 VIA clients with SSL fallback enabled. The total user count available on the RAPs depends on the number of VIA clients connected. The maximum is 3,584 (8,192 – 1,024 used by RAPs – 3,584 VIA clients) and 5,376 (8,192 – 1,024 used by RAPs – 1,792 VIA clients). That means an average of 7 and 10.5 users per RAP respectively. why we need to subtract 1024 user licences user by the 512 RAPs: 8,192 – 1,024 used by RAPs – 1,792 VIA clients?

 

Question: why do we need to subtract 1024 user licences user by the 512 RAPs: 8,192 – 1,024 used by RAPs – 1,792 VIA clients?

Haythem Kefi
Informatique EBR Inc.
CWNA, ACDX#350
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