I'm going to buy a new router, but, I've just realised that for nearly all routers I've looked at (Belkin, Netgear, D-Link) don't state the maximum number of devices which can connect concurrently.
I have a D600 and have now looked on their website, and through the manual and also find no mention of the limit (which I really need to know if there is one due to debugging another issue).
The new router will be a gift for a friend... The issue is, they have 12 devices in their house, all of which will require WiFi and another 3 devices which are to be hard wired.
Since the router websites don't mention any limitations, can I assume there is a general limit on what the number of concurrent connected devices can do or is the issue more about understanding the more devices connected, the less the performance will be due to the sharing of the resource?
My question is, without trying to determine the limit my self manually (plugging in devices until it's maxed out), is there any way to know that a certain device will work with a given number of concurrent connected devices?