No idea as I have a Pod connected ant it takes over selecting the band and manages the speed. I think the specs for the Pods have a max speed of 200Mbps, but in practice the maximum is likely 100-150Mbp.
I would argue when you get speeds over 50 or 75 likely you are connected to 5ghz. If you use pods and combine your 2.4/5 ghz you would have a hard time knowing how well your 2.4ghz is performing. I suspect if you get far enough from the router and are can only pick up 2.4 you speeds will drop dramatically
I have migrated my internet plan to Ignite 500 Download speed today. The wifi speed on most of devices are among 200-250 but on the PC is only 1-2 ( I didn’t type it wrong, it is only about 1.5 every-time). I have an WIFI adapter not sure if it is the problem.
Thanks for any advices...
Since i have been using rogers, i have only experienced 250 to 300mps speed once, that happened when i newly got it, since then... its been around 90 to 120mps.... i truely dont understand why i can't get 500mps I'm paying for!!!!!!!!!
How/where are you doing the speed test?
Depending on the speed test site, the end point you are choosing can make a different. Between server A and B on the list can make a big difference some times.
Are you doing this on wired or wireless? Wireless speeds are not really great to do a speed test from, as any number of things could effect it.
Outside of that, its possible that there is something else which has happened, like if there has been a signal drop, etc.
I have a great signal at my home, and my wired desktop can pull over 500 on a regular basis.
I test with my ps4 connected with lan... so i know what I'm saying
I can show you pictures if you want