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    hadi motamedi
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    How many VoIP clients per each 802.11g?

    Dear All
    Can you please let me know how many VoIP clients can I have per each
    802.11g link installed?
    Thank you in advance

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    Brian Cryer
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    Re: How many VoIP clients per each 802.11g?

    "hadi motamedi" <motamedi24@gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:f43fbf2d-b406-4c79-a204-ee3f61065c14@y4g2000yqy.googlegroups.com...
    > Dear All
    > Can you please let me know how many VoIP clients can I have per each
    > 802.11g link installed?
    > Thank you in advance


    I think its more likely to be a combination of:

    1. how many clients does your wifi support (remember that each VoIP device
    needs to be allocated its own IP address), I'd guess at 254, so assuming
    other devices call it 128 VoIP clients.

    and

    2. how much bandwidth do you have available - either across your wifi link
    or across your broadband, and how many simultaneous conversations will that
    support. Assuming that each conversation requires 64kbps (its probably less)
    then a 1mbps broadband connection (most are faster than that) would support
    16 clients (all talking at the same time). YMMV.

    However, this is on paper I've not needed to worry about it in practise.
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    Brian Cryer
    http://www.cryer.co.uk/brian



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