Upgraded to 1 gig a couple of days ago hub 4 installed, speed tests topping 950 mbps average on ethernet connection to PC, Wi-Fi with pods between 250 and 500 depending on location in house just wondered if there was any room for improvement.
Sounds right. Wifi speeds will be in that range because the hub and pods use the 802.11ac protocol. You might do better on wifi speeds by spending (potentially a lot) on your own wifi equipment that uses the Wifi 6 protocol, returning the pods and using the hub in modem mode, but you'd need to build an understanding of what protocols your devices can use, where signal and speeds drop off, and if need be laying in ethernet backhaul links for either a mesh wifi system or new router and one or more access points. That's probably a £300-400 project, unless you're rolling in money or really need to do better than a measly 200 Mbps wifi connection there may be other things to spend it on.
The ethernet connection sounds to be working properly. You might be getting even 1.1 Gbps into the hub that can be distributed to devices, but the output will be constrained to about 940 Mbps on a speed test to a single ethernet device by the 1 Gbps port (the shortfall to 940 or so is unavoidable "data overheads").
So long as you're seeing the ethernet test speeds are consistently high, then looks like you're getting exactly what you're paying for.
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