Which bandwidth to choose?
The 2.4 GHz frequency provides greater coverage. You should know that in radio frequencies, the higher the frequency, the shorter the range. Therefore, it is advisable to opt for the 2.4 gHz WiFi frequency on your router if you have a large area to cover with your WiFi network.
In the Google Wifi app
- Open the Google Wifi app.
- Tap Network. Devices. …
- Tap a device, then a tab to view more information. Usage: Displays the data usage of the device over the selected period.
Bandwidth required = average number of page views X average page size X average number of visitors per day X number of days in a month (30) X redundancy factor – Average daily visits: The total number of monthly visitors/30. – Average page size: The average size of your web page.
Analyze your actual needs to get the service that’s best for you – here’s how to calculate how much bandwidth you need: Estimate your site’s average page size in kilobytes (MB)*. Multiply this average page size (in KB) by the average monthly number of visitors (expected or not).
PRTG provides a graphical interface and charts for measuring bandwidth trends over long periods of time and counting traffic between different interfaces. Bandwidth is usually measured by counting the total amount of traffic sent and received over a period of time.
95th percentile method – To prevent bandwidth measurements from being skewed by power spikes, carriers often use the 95th percentile method. The idea is to continuously measure bandwidth consumption and then discard the top 5%.