I'm planning on recording portions of a live stream, which will then be saved to a server via a gigabit switch. The plan is to hook up several AP's to this gigabit switch, allowing wireless users to access the videos on the server.
I'm new to AP's, and I'm not even sure what AP's to look for - there seems to be a wide range from prices, from $100 to $1,000+. My main concern is the traffic. If 100 people access a AP that only has 300 MBPS, they are stuck with 3 MBPS, which may not be enough to view the video. How can I automatically detect when this happens, and switch the person to a different AP?
Is this something that a more expensive AP will provide?