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Will an ISDN (BRI) support 25-40 simultaneous users?

dparker_alr asked
Last Modified: 2013-12-14
I have a client who runs a church camp and conference/retreat center in a rural part of Texas.  He wants to set up a campus-wide WiFI hotspot for guests.  Unfortunately, he has very limited broadband ISP options (no DSL and no cable providers).  HughesNet (and all satellite internet providers) are off the table.  He can get an ISDN-BRI line or possibly a T1 installed.  An ISDN-PRI is not available.  The T1 is way out of reach for his budget.  Will an ISDN be stable enough to support 25 - 40 simultaneous users?
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