A speed test measures the download and upload speeds between the internet and your router. Speeds can vary depending on many factors, including how many devices are using your internet connection at the time of the speed test. It’s a good way to find out whether you are getting the level of service promised by your internet service provider (ISP).
The speed test feature on the Linksys EA8300 Max-Stream AC2200 MU-MIMO Tri-Band Router is now available and can be accessed both locally and remotely. To know how to run a speed test through the web-based setup page, follow these steps:
Access the Linksys EA8300 web-based setup page. For instructions, click here.
Click Speed Check.
A speed test is run automatically upon opening the Speed Check Tool. The Speed Check will display the upload and download speeds as well as the ping time. To run a test, click Test again and wait for the results.
- Upload speed measures how quickly you are able to upload content to the internet from your home network (e.g., uploading videos or images to a website or sending an email with attachments such as image files or documents).
- Download speed measures the speed of data coming to your home network (e.g., opening a website or document accessed over the internet or receiving emails and then downloading their attachments).
- Ping measures the amount of time it takes for data to travel from your router to the speed test servers and back.
How to enable Link Aggregation on the Linksys EA8300 through the Linksys app (VIDEO)
Getting to know the Linksys EA8300 Max-Stream AC2200 Tri-Band Wi-Fi Router (VIDEO)
Setting up the Linksys EA8300 (VIDEO)
How to enable Link Aggregation on the Linksys EA8300 through the web-based setup page (VIDEO)
Setting up Link Aggregation on the Linksys EA8300 with a switch (VIDEO)
Overview of the Media Prioritization feature on the Linksys EA8300 (VIDEO)
Overview of the Speed Check feature on the Linksys EA8300 (VIDEO)
Changing the Band Steering options on the Linksys EA8300 (VIDEO)
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