@Uberseehandelwrote: @CharlesIsWorkinwrote: Will it die? Or choke? I see the recommended max is 50 clients, right? What kind of performance degradation are we talking about? Also, we are talking about active clients, right? Not just cell phones and tablets passively connected I hope. If they don't do anything you can have huge numbers connected. It isn't just the MX65, there isthe available bandwidth provides by the ISP to consider as well. Based on the questions you are asking and the information you have provided, you would be better off getting a consultant involved, it will save you money and aggravation in the long run. Right, we do have some consultation in place with a third party IT company. And some minimal traffic shaping in place also. We are nowhere near saturating our internet connection pipeline, but I was just wondering how much heavy lifting can the MX64 and 65 do beyond its stated capabilities. Our business has Like in the OP's case, this seems to be taken to the extreme. I am curious to see how it turns out in the real world application. I assume he has a WSUS server somewhere in there....and hopefully not many VoIP users concurrently active. Also if he has some kind of cloud security camera solution that isn't on the lan, his traffic shaping and even DHCP on the mx might have a tough time keeping up.
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