I'm trying to improve the stability and quality of my 5 GHz on my Hub 2 and was wondering whether it's better to have the channel setting on "Auto Compatibility" or "Auto Performance", so was looking to see if anyone had any feedback on this.
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I really appreciate that you've chosen to approach our forum to get some answers.
I tend to leave my Superhub on the Auto Compatibility option, but this is only because I've had no issues, so no need to play around to get the best performance. Sometimes you will need to try a few wireless channels to work out which one performs best for you. This will be specific to your environment and any interference that's present.
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