max AES users per Radio on wave2 AP ́s

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How many concurrent users using AES are permitted per radio when managed through vSZ for each of the next AP's?
R310
R320
R510
M510
R610
R720
R730

Thank you
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Posted 5 months ago

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Javier Valdes

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As far as I know it's limited to 100 connections when using WPA AES, using open SSID it's limited to the datasheet specs. Please somebody help to confirm this.

Regards,
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Yes, those sound like the correct limits for our early model ZoneFlex APs found in this KBA-4666.

https://support.ruckuswireless.com/articles/000004666
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I'm still looking for some information on R320 and M510, but they are likely similar to these other 802.11ac Wave2 models.

Technical Specifications: Max Clients per Radio by Auth Type

 Note:  "<100 per AP", means up to 100 clients per AP; "<27 / 2.4G" means up to 27 clients on the 2.4GHz radio, etc.


Encryption =    None                      TKIP                                      AES

               Max Users/Radio            Max Users/Radio            Max Users/Radio            Max Users/AP   Concurrent VoIP clients

R310      <100 per AP                      <27 / 2.4G, 100 / 5G        <100 per AP                      100                        < 30

R320

R510      <512 per AP                      <256 / 2.4G, 256 / 5G     <512 per AP                      512                        < 30

M510

R610      <512 per AP                      <256 / 2.4G, 256 / 5G     <512 per AP                      512                        < 30

R720      <512 per AP                      <256 / 2.4G, 256 / 5G     <512 per AP                      512                       < 30

R730      <1024 per AP                    <512 / 2.4G, 512 / 5G     <1024 per AP                    1024                      < 60
(Edited)
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I believe the M510 have the same as R510 / R610 numbers.
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Hey Michael, 
I know Jorge A. open this thread, but honestly I also found this information very useful, didn't know that limits changed in newer models.

Thanks man. 
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It ́s good to know that the limits have raised allot.

Thank you very much for your help.