Was trying to wait until tomorrow thinking something was up with my PS4. Its max Mbps is 20 right now. That is both on speed test, and the website.
Fairly sure it is a built in NIC that came with the computer. I believe the model is an Aurora-R3. Network Adapter is REaltek PCIe GbE Family Controller. Updated to the most recent driver. Local connection says it is getting 1.0 Gbps. The "speed and duplex" of the advanced properties of the adapter does have 1.0 Gbps Full Duplex as an option.
Both. As far as I can tell the router doesn't give me a choice between the two. It just decides to assign whatever to whichever.
House. Have a wifi extender down the hall. Microwave is in the kitchen so kinda close but not too close. Same for cordless home.
"B, G, N, AC, AD? For N, AC and AD, is Legacy enabled?" that's over my head. While I know what you are referring to generally as in relation to 801 - I don't know how to check any of it.
I don't have an android but I think I can borrow one. Shouldn't have channel issues. Only two houses close and that aren't even that close. At least a "backyards" distance. but I'll check.
I forgot that max Mbps is a thing. MBps is different them Mbps though right? 50 MBps is 400 mbps. I'm not getting 400 Mbps, I'm getting 40 Mbps.
If the B is ever upper case then it's talking about a Megabyte as in when a movie is 700MB, the lower case b is a Megabit which is 1/8th of a Megabyte no storage ever really measures things in Mb, ISP's tend to sell stuff using Mb because it sounds like it's 8 times more when all it does most of the time is cause confusion that people aren't getting their full speeds.
If you're living away from others though wifi conjestion isn't going to be your major issue.
One thing I would say though, is that you're talking about the Switch at a point, you know that the Switch has a notoriously bad Wifi adapter in it, but there are things you can get to stick into the dock to connect a normal ethernet cable into the dock so you can get faster speeds when docked (if you're playing an online game when you drop the Switch into the dock it will remain on wifi until you close that game and reopen it, the symbol for Wired network is completely different up near the battery so you can tell that way) but the Switch is awesome for being able to use standard usb ethernet adapters, Nintendo did really well with how 3rd party peripherals work so easily with the Switch.
Something like this from UGreen is what I use.
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