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How many nodes is it theoretically, and practically, possible to have in an 802.11s network?

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    Either this is documented in the standard and you can read it there, or there isn't a theoretical limit. Individual implementations may have limits, and there will be a throughput loss with each additional hop in any given transit, producing a practical limit, but, once again, this will depend on the implementation. Oct 2, 2020 at 3:40

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The article indicates "The IEEE 802.11s standard envisions a small- to medium- scale WLAN mesh network configured with a maximum of 32 MPs (MAPs included). Practically, each MAP can be connected to many STAs enabling the entire network to accommodate sev- eral hundred terminals."

Or do you mean the MTU? enter image description here

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    Thanks. I don't mean the MTU, but rather the number of nodes (i.e. entities/actors).
    – Rob Gilton
    Oct 6, 2020 at 14:02

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