In the realm of Wi-Fi optimization, capacity represents the number of client devices that can connect to wireless access points. However, keeping the client experience in mind, a network administrator should really track how many clients can connect effectively.
When dealing with capacity issues, the typical Wi-Fi optimization response is to “throw more hardware” at the problem. However, more access points can also cause more issues by clogging up the airwaves. Certified wireless network administrators can balance these issues and determine the proper steps to fix the wi-fi problems.
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