The first time using ruckus, there are many problems, as follows: 1.200 people playing Chinese mobile game "King glory" suitable for you? Restaurant 70 square Is there any difference between 2.ruckus configuration and other AP configurations? Is it necessary to adjust the channel selection of 2.4G and 5.8G specifically? Or use ruckus, these don't need to understand? 3., I just bought 2 R600, without a virtual controller, 2 AP put together, the effect is good? Are there only 1 versions of 4.R600? Can you brush other versions by yourself? Is there a specific upgrade method and download version address? Between 5.r600 and router is how to match? By routing mode? Fat AP mode to configure it? Or can you set the AP mode directly?
Li, I was sr tech support and enjoy a challenge (beyond posting fw/docs and moderating forums). I feel I can interpret your questions and hope to provide a good suggestion. I don't know the data requirements of 'king glory' mobile app, but think 2 x R600 AP can support 100 clients each, between the 2.4/5g radio bands. But...(!) which band the client device prefers (ie Apple wants 5g) may influence which band they *want* to connect to. If clients need to, or want to (client makes decision) to roam between the APs, there will be short re-authentication (depending upon WLAN auth method) which might make a "blip" in online game play if using two APs both in Standalone mode (Solo 100.x firmware), without a controller (client connection in controller shared between APs for fast roam). I would suggest loading our Unleashed firmware on the two APs, so they will communicate connected client information like a controller would. This will also improve any latency between client roaming. The Ruckus APs will use intelligent channel selection so you don't need to adjust manually. While you can configure one Unleashed AP to be Master/Router mode, it is easier to install them in your existing network (that has Internet router with DHCP for clients). I recommend you give them static IP address, and they share one IP address for Unleashed network management (always takes you to current Master AP when you use WebUI to this IP). I hope this is helpful. With best regards.