I’d always stick with ubiquity and a supporting switch. The nano HDs are highly recommended in a domestic setting.
I haven't attempted WiFi by means of the SH2 yet in the event that you introduce a deliberately appropriated Wi-fi organize in your home, designed and painstakingly positioned to convey gadgets without channel traverse to decrease impedance and various transmissions it's conceivable to get average paces.
Contingent upon your gadget being 2x2, 3x3 or 4x4
This is 5 runs from an iPhone 11.
I've seen quite recently over 600Mbps on an iPad Pro.
The APs are WiFi 5 (AC)
tp-link EAP245 x3 and 1x eap-225 outdoor + cloud controller
all WiFi 5 ac and hard wired cat6 to PoE switch
asus RT AX88U, took SH2 out the chain
Have been tweaking the settings over time and now getting almost full speed, 869mb on my Galaxy Note 10+ 5G which is AX/WiFi 6.. it was connected at 1.2 gbps at the time, more tweaking on the way !
Hi @jedpause I have the same setup as you Asus AX88U and the BT Full Fibre 900 and the S10 5G phone. How are you getting those speeds on your phone? Im hitting about 400Mpbs - what tweaks did you do on the router? Thank you for any help you can give!