I was wondering if any Hub 4 users on the Gig1 product have been able to get WiFi speeds above 650-700mb and if so what device(s) support this?
I am able to get a maximum speed of 950mb using Ethernet, so I am confident I am receiving the full 1 gig speed but I am unable to get anything higher than 650-700mb using WiFi on my iPhone 11 and my newish hp G5 laptop WiFi.
I would love to know if anyone is able to get the full 1 gig over WiFi and how they have managed it! Thanks!
Yes that is correct and, even then, that would be under ideal circumstances notwithstanding any other factors in your local wireless/building environment which might reduce the performance.
Some other iPhone 11/Hub 4 users may chip in with their real-world stat's for comparison but the figures you have mentioned getting for your iPhone are certainly in line with expectations, if not a little bit better.
That is their "Get out of jail card", or that the HUB4 can receive 1.1Gb/s (+10% Contention) from the Coax and you can sometimes see this if you are lucky in the SamKnows (random speeds) Software built into HUB4.
Never going to get out the LAN port to one device or WIFI.
I was wondering if there was any way to bridge the WiFi and ethernet connections. I have tried it but the speeds just seem to drop away down. I am using the Intel(R) Wireless-AC 9260 160MHz but again can only get it to connect to the Hub 4 at 866 Mbps whereas I could connect to my old BT Hub at 1.3Gbps.