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    Best answer: You can technically have hundreds of different devices connected wirelessly to a single Wi-Fi router at one time, plus a specific number of wired Ethernet connections based on the router model. But just because you technically can doesn't mean you'll want to. To best handle a high number of connections, stick to a powerful router like the Linksys EA9500 Max Stream.

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    08-31-2018 07:20 AM

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