I want to use the new airtime fairness reservation mode because it appears to solve the problem of giving a production paid for WLAN priority over a free public WLAN that exists in the same physical space. Our APs are all 3825s and 3935s. While working on configuring this new feature I came across this line in the help section:
"If a WLAN service with Airtime Reservation is associated to a radio, the QCA ATF module is turned on, and the AP will restart in order to load the ATF module. The number of clients supported by QCA ATF is 50"
Does this mean that if we use this feature the AP client limit is reduced to 50 per radio? Our deployment is a convention centre where we frequently have APs servicing upwards of 100 clients per radio. Should this option be used in a high density environment?
Does the restriction also apply to the legacy airtime fairness?