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IanWillcox
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Setting up gateway max network

I have a new Telstra NBN Gateway Max.

Can anyone advise whether there is a limit to the number of devices (Laptops, desktops,Tablets, TV, Ipods, cameras etc) that can be connected on the 5.0g and 2.4g networks at any one time.

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Telstra (Retired)
Telstra (Retired)

Re: Setting up gateway max network

Hi IanWillcox

We'll ask our Technical Support to give you a hand with this when they get back on Monday :-)

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Telstra (Retired)
Telstra (Retired)

Re: Setting up gateway max network

Hi IanWillcox,

 

Back in the day, there used to be a limit to the number of devices that could be connected via WiFi, but technology has improved since then. 

 

I believe that our engineers have tested these modems and were able to successfully connect 70+ devices via WiFi simultaneously.

 

- Shelly

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