I’m currently getting between 50 and 60 Mbps with the OSMC dongle, which is on par with what I get using my Windows 7 laptop and my Android cell phone, so I almost certainly don’t have a good situation. I wish I could take advantage of the higher speeds the OSMC router is capable of.
I have 50 Mbps service with AT&T, but I thought that applied only to service outside of my LAN; i.e. to and from the internet. Regardless, if I plug my laptop directly into an ethernet port on the back of my gateway, it connects at near 1 Gbps.
I think I ought to be able to do much better than am I wirelessly but it would not surprise me if AT&T’s gateway is holding my wifi speed at 50 Mbps even if the traffic is local. There is no bridge mode with this gateway. The only way to connect your own router is through DMZ, which is apparently a bit tricky, and probably beyond my capabilities. AT&T is not responding to my questions in any event. If anyone has any insight on how I might address this, I’d sure appreciate it, but I am happy with the OSMC dongle right now. You folks did a lot of work to get me happy, and I appreciate it.