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I'm looking for information regarding how many concurrent/simultaneous connections can a 1041N access point can handle.

Thanks in advance.
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Technically, 256, realistically, around 15-20 if users aren't streaming video, etc.
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So weird I didn't get an email about your post.
How come 256?
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craigbeck, thanks for your response, you were right, I contacted Cisco and they told me between 25 and 30, but it's hard to tell, it all depends.

thanks.
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