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Concurrent Client Density vs Maximum Associated Client Per Radio

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  • 1.  Concurrent Client Density vs Maximum Associated Client Per Radio

    Posted Sep 22, 2023 10:59 AM
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    Hi My Friend,

    Can anyone explain what is the difference between concurrent Client density vs Associated client per radio? 

    Because all of the Aruba Data Sheet only indicate max associated client per radio. How can we find concurrent user density in the Aruba 505/515 as well as Aruba instant On series??



  • 2.  RE: Concurrent Client Density vs Maximum Associated Client Per Radio

    EMPLOYEE
    Posted Sep 25, 2023 02:49 AM
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    Interesting topic.

    I've never seen a standard definition of "concurrent Client Density", which I would interpret to mean the number of simultaneous client associations.

    Perhaps someone knows authoritatively, but I've never seen an 802.11 product specify "concurrent Client Density", the maximum associations per radio

    is listed in many product data sheets.

    The AP-515 Data sheet states:

    " Support for up to 512 associated client devices per radio, and up to 16 BSSIDs per radio"

    That is maximum, not sensible. 



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  • 3.  RE: Concurrent Client Density vs Maximum Associated Client Per Radio

    EMPLOYEE
    Posted Oct 02, 2023 05:59 AM
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    Duplicate post - please follow up here.



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