« Back to all recent discussions

Band Steering

SimoniSimoni Posts: 9  Junior Member
edited August 13 in Discussions
Future requirement for Multy X - I'd like to see the ability to enable band steering.

#MultyX_Aug
Tagged:

Comments

  • SimoniSimoni Posts: 9  Junior Member
    edited August 10
    Just seen in the FAQs that this does already exist.  I'm quite surprised as my mobile is always being pushed to 2.4GHZ which is currently giving me 20mb on a 135mb connection, whereas 5GHZ givesme 100mb+.  If I toggle off wifi and back on it will go back to 5GHZ.
  • DashDash Posts: 21  Junior Member
    edited August 13
    Can you share the model name of your mobile phone?

    As far as I know, band steering feature of Multy X requires the client device itself to support 802.11kv as well. Multy X uses band steering to select the best WiFi band for client device to connect to, but steering or not, it is depend on client device decision/design.
  • SimoniSimoni Posts: 9  Junior Member
    edited August 13
    Honor 9 running Android 8.0. Multy is quick enough to move me from 5ghz to 2.4 when going out of range which I'd expect but very rarely puts me back on to 5ghz when I'm back in range. 
  • PennyPenny Posts: 18  Junior Member
    Do you try to use another mobile phone to test? Is it the same result?
    My Samsung Galaxy S8+ works properly.
  • SimoniSimoni Posts: 9  Junior Member
    Seems to be the same with my wife's Sony XZ
Sign In or Register to comment.