Cisco WCS Perfomance Profile question

30 pts.
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Access Points
Cisco
Cisco Performance
Cisco WCS
Wireless Access Points
In Cisco WCS, when you click CONFIGURE- ACCESS POINTS and on a particular ACCESS POINT you clck on Perfomance Profile we are shown with a bunch of parameters like Max Clients, Min Failed Clients (#), Coverage Level (dB) and Min failed Clients (%) and a few others. But just can't seem to find in the Online Help on by googling for it definitions for those parameters. One specifically what is the Max Clients parameters suppose to do?
ASKED: June 10, 2009  2:57 PM
UPDATED: June 10, 2009  3:52 PM

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