Maybe a dumb question?


vince kd7tww
 

Afternoon Group...

If the Pi 3 B+ is set up as a web server, does anyone know around the maximum number of WiFi connections it can support at once out of the box?

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73, de Vince KD7TWW
In what year did the FCC mandate the 1500 Watt PEP limit for amateur radio station
power output? - Motorola Corp was formally named
"Galvin Manufacturing Corporation" (1928–1947)


 

That's a complex question.  There are virtually no limits to how many connections can be made.  The factors include what webserver are you running, what applications it is trying to support, etc.

How many do you think you need?  What content will you be serving?

On Thu, Sep 30, 2021 at 1:07 PM vince kd7tww <vince@...> wrote:
Afternoon Group...

If the Pi 3 B+ is set up as a web server, does anyone know around the
maximum number of WiFi connections it can support at once out of the box?

-

73, de Vince KD7TWW
In what year did the FCC mandate the 1500 Watt PEP limit for amateur radio station
power output? - Motorola Corp was formally named
"Galvin Manufacturing Corporation" (1928–1947)








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Eric
 

I found this  https://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/50162/maximum-wi-fi-clients-on-pi-3-hotspot  which talks about the connection limits.

Eric
WB6TIX