I’m trying to set up good internet for my family here during the quarantine, and I understand the modem but the router and bandwidth have got me pretty confused.
Let’s say for example my family has a 300mbps internet plan and I buy an “AC2400” router.
1) Let’s say my ethernet cord is connected to the router and giving my laptop a speed of 300mbps. Does that mean there’s now 2100 bandwidth “left” for wifi? Or is the 300mbps the ethernet cord is using separate, and there’d still be the full 2400 bandwidth left for wifi usage?
2) Also regarding bandwidth, does this mean that in theory *under perfect conditions*, 8 separate devices could each attain a speed of 300mbps? Just trying to understand how bandwidth works!
Thank you for any help, it is appreciated!