its in megabits but if you want to talk about megabytes than yes. If you know what the difference is.
5MB/s or 25MB/s
What tool are you using to obtain this measurement?
25 Mb/s is normal for a "4K" stream. If it were 25MB/s, you would not be able to watch a 4K channel on a 150u service.
The Xi6 set-top box also only has a 100Mb/s Fast Ethernet port (my Xi6-A, anyway) so it was not even designed to support sustained data rates of 250Mb/s.
I was just posting the transfer rates that were on my router. Maybe its like netflix and will adjust quality on its own.
Lastly from what everyone has told me the internet has nothing to do with your tv (somewhat) in the way it doesn’t affect your ignite 150 or whatever. It looks like they use a second private stream solely for the tv. I don’t know if its true or not just what everyone has said. just my too cents.
This is supposed to be about helping the ones in need.
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" They also told them they are finding it impossible to get the caller ID to work on the tv with ignite"
Uhh that's because it doesn't