|Jan 15, 2013, 02:42 PM||#1|
Using 9 Apple TVs with 9 iPads - airplay bandwidth
Here's the setup:
9 HDTV monitors connected to 9 Apple TVs.
Client wants to be able to mirror iPad web/app content on each TV
More than likely they'll not all be going simultaneously, but the possibility is there.
Wondering how many airport extreme base stations would i need in theory to support the necessary bandwith.
Not even sure if I'm asking the correct question, but I think I am.
The internet drop will be fast enough for the basic web content they'll be accessing. More concerned with the data over the network for the mirroring/Airplay
Thank you for your help!
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