Only one device can connect to accesspoint created with wifi-ap

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I’m using a Dell Edge Gateway 3001 running Ubuntu Server 18.04 to connect IoT Devices sharing the Ethernet (and GSM later on) connection. I’ve used the wifi-ap snap to configure the AP and it seem to work. Unfortuantely only one device can connect at a time. I’m trying with a Windows notebook & my IoT device (ESP32), and both can connect, but only if there’s no other device connected at that time.
Here’s my wifi-ap config
debug: true 12h
disabled: false
share.disabled: false eth0
wifi.address: 3 DE
wifi.hostapd-driver: nl80211
wifi.interface: wlan0
wifi.interface-mode: direct
wifi.operation-mode: g wpa2 MyPassPhrase
wifi.ssid: DellGateway

Any ideas what could be the issue here?

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