Here's the HEX math and how to tell the number of BSSIDs you can broadcast per radio:
In the Aruba World, take a look at the BSS-Table of a dual radio AP broadcasting the same ESSID on both 2.4GHz and 5GHz. If you see all of the BSSIDs with the first 11 digits the same, then that means you can only broadcast x8 SSIDs per radio. If you see the first 10 digits the same, it means you can broadcast x16 SSIDs per radio. Theoretically, you could broadcast more than x16, but I've never seen it implemented.
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