Ok, first of all I've had an internet plan for 100mbps for about two years now and my speeds looked like this:
(Results from www.speedtest.net)
Wired: Download - 92mbps , Upload - 94mbps
WiFi (using 2.4GHz): Download - 60mbps, Upload - 70mbps
Yesterday I've decided that I want an upgrade and went for 300mpbs plan.
Here are the results:
Wired Download - 280mbps, Upload - 290mbps
WiFi(using 2.4Ghz) Download - 67mbps, Upload - 80mpbs.
As you can see my wired speeds increased a lot where WiFi is almost at the same place. Why is that? Is there anything I can do about it? I've been reading about using 40Mhz,using n instead of b,g,n mixed, switching to 1,6,11 channels instead of auto and a lot more. My router supports both 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz, and yes 5Ghz is slightly faster but not a lot.
Router I'm using is TP-LINK N750. On the website they say Simultaneous 2.4GHz 300Mbps and 5GHz 450Mbps connections for 750Mbps of total available bandwidthhowever I can't see those speeds. One more thing that's weird for me is that it says speed 150mpbs when I click on my WiFi connection properties. Why is that? I'm so confused with all theese numbers and upset with theese results because I'd like to have much higher WiFi speeds with this plan.