I just want to Know how many users can connect to AIR-CAP3602I-x-K9 at singel point of time.
This depends on a number of factors. As what Scott has mentioned, the rule-of-thumb is 25 clients per WAP. But this number can go up or down depending on the type of traffic you plan to push. If, for example, you're going to say you're pushing nothing but emails,HTTP/HTTPS, etc. then this number may as well go up to 35. However, if you plan to start pushing video then this number could potentially go down to 8 clients per WAP.
Now, take note that we are talking about 802.11a/n for video. If you bring into the picture 802.11b clients then you may as well don't bother trying.
Another thing is the type of ethernet uplink you are trying to do. I remembered reading someone trying to push 802.11n but using only a 2500 and his LAN switch is a non-gigethernet uplink to the WAP.
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