I would like to maximize the use of all our APs (zd3000/zf7982).
For the most part, our Androids and Win 7 clients work with Ruckus' default AP/WLAN settings. I wanted to create a custom WLAN for the iOS devices but I did not want to remove one or more of our APs from the larger default pool of APs that all my clients access. I would then instruct the iOS clients to use one specific SSID as we test and tweak the channelization and channels, etc, etc for those iOS clients. My theory, this would be less disruptive to the majority clients and also them the broadest radio support they deserve. The iOS SSID would be the restrictive narrow range radio version.
BTW: Ruckus claim for out-of-the box easy setup is only true if you do not use Apple products and there may be other exceptions.
Hmm... don't think that will be possible. I think the only way to do it is by installing another AP and have it broadcast only one SSID to which only iOS will associate to. Then you can play with it as you wish.
I think that the proper way to do it. There will be no disruption for other clients at all. Capacity will be reduced a bit, but probably won't be noticeable.