Does anyone know how many devices a single Cisco aironet 1240 b/g Access Point will support and how to I check the load on existing access points.

I believe the titel says it all "Does anyone know how many devices a single Cisco aironet 1240 b/g Access Point will support and how to I check the load on existing access points."
jffisherAsked:
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stuknhawaiiConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Wirelessmon is pretty good. It also allows you to import a map (floor plan) and then you can do a site survey and it will make a "pretty picture" of your wireless signals around the building/s. It's not free, but only like $30-40. Or you could use netstumbler, I like the signal/noise ratio readout that it provides.
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stuknhawaiiCommented:
Yes, Cisco recommends a maximum of 25 users per access point. For utilization, try the CLI using "show process cpu" and "show mem".
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jffisherAuthor Commented:
stuknhawaii
Wow, tough place to be stuck....lol
Thanks for the information, do you recommend a good GUI for monitoring wireless infrastructures" Airomagnet?
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jffisherAuthor Commented:
Thank you......
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