This may be a naïve question, but I wonder if I might have too many AP's for my space.
I've got 10 AP230's in a very open school space of about 22,000 square feet and a maximum of 300 WiFi devices. In the 5 GHz band I've got almost all the APs on different channels and in the 2.4 GHz band I've staggered them and attenuated some radios. The RSSI map shows perfect coverage and the interference map shows no problems.
And yet, I'm encountering a variety of connectivity issues that I don't have in a building with AP's better isolated from one another. So, my question is whether I've somehow oversaturate the airways with RF signals. Range isn't an issue, since an iPad on one end of the building can connect perfectly to an AP on the other end With a maximum of 300 WiFi devices I wonder if I should try reducing the number of AP's to 5 or 6.
I would be grateful for any suggestions of indications of where to go for further information.