1. The maximum number of clients (connected and detected) that can be displayed at a given time is 2000.
2. If this limit is exceeded, only connected clients are displayed, again up to a maximum of 2000.
3. However, if the number of total connected clients also exceeds 2000, no clients are displayed. In such a scenario, we recommend that you use the Analytics service to view the client information.
Now I am running into a situation wherein the "connected + detected" clients are well within the limit of 2000, yet I am not able to see the detected (probing) clients under "DETECT & LOCATE" service.
I strongly believe that this criterion of exceeding 2000 clients is applicable for a given instant of time and if for any instance of time if my "connected + detected" clients go under 2000, then I should again be able to see both the connected and detected clients back on the CMX dashboard. Please suggest me if I am missing on something to get even the "detected" clients to be seen back under "DETECT & LOCATE".
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