Here at OLPC AU, we are using Linksys WRT54GLs using DD-WRT and configuring the routers to act as an AP according to the following instructions. http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Wireless_Access_Point I found I could turn the WRT54GL into the required AP mode in 10minutes, using an XO. In our first round of deployments we will be only using WRT54GLs, and after speaking to Dev, will be working on 1 for every 25. Thx, Rangan From: server-devel-boun...@lists.laptop.org [mailto:server-devel-boun...@lists.laptop.org] On Behalf Of Reuben K. Caron Sent: Tuesday, 10 March 2009 11:29 PM To: Daniel Drake Cc: server-devel Subject: Re: [Server-devel] Serving 400+ students w/ a single central XS - ejabberd nightmare? Daniel Drake wrote: 2009/3/9 Bryan Berry <mailto:br...@olenepal.org> <br...@olenepal.org>: We will have roughly 8+ AP's. We have found that off-the-shelf AP's can handle around 60-70 users. But that doesn't still doesn't solve the problem of the XO's getting bogged down by tons of ejabberd chatter. DSD: do you have any ideas about this? Have only had a chance to test numbers on Linksys WRT54Gsomething routers, which stop accepting new connections after 33 users. yay. Have you tried loading a different firmware on these, dd-wrt?
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