If multiple users deploy APs in the same area, can these APs work properly

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WLAN signals are transmitted on the 2.4 and 5 GHz frequency bands. If multiple APs are deployed in the same area and work on overlapping channels, co-channel interference will cause signal disorder. As a result, users in this area cannot obtain expected wireless network access.

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Can APs be deployed in the same area
WLAN signals are transmitted on the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequency bands. If APs are deployed in the same area and AP channels overlap, co-channel interference or even signal disorder occurs. As a result, users in this area cannot obtain expected WLAN access.

Does an AP configured with multiple SSIDs support the same number of access users as an AP configured with one SSID
Yes. An AP configured with multiple SSIDs supports the same number of access users as an AP configured with one SSID.

Does a single-radio AP configured with multiple SSIDs support the same number of access users as an AP configured with one SSID
Yes, an AP configured with multiple SSIDs supports the same number of access users as an AP configured with one SSID.

What is load balancing? Do APs support load balancing based on the number of users? (If one AP has more users than another AP in an area, can users be evenly distributed between the two APs?)
Load balancing distributes users to APs in a group based on the number of users and traffic volume. To implement load balancing based on the number of users, set a load balancing threshold for APs on the AC. The load balancing threshold specifies the maximum number of users allowed on each AP. When the number of users on an AP reaches the threshold, the AP rejects association requests from users. The AP accepts association requests only when the number of online users falls below the threshold.

Is redundancy used or a proximate AP selected as a repeater AP to ensure that other WDS bridges work properly when the middle AP is faulty or powered off
When the root or middle node is faulty, uplinks between this node and downstream nodes are disconnected. Limited by frequency resources, Huawei network bridge solution does not use the redundancy mode. It is recommended that mains be used or the UPS be added to provide power for the AP. NOTE: Starting from V200R003C00, the AP can support Mesh functions. APs enabled with Mesh functions can set up radio connections. Mesh links can work as backup of each other. If a neighbor node of an MP fails, the MP can select an optimal link from candidate links to continue data transmission.

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