I recently installed Deco M9 Plus Mesh with 3 units in my connected home.
This product provides 2× 867 Mbps (with 5Ghz)+ 400 Mbps (with 2,4GHz) WiFi connection. At home I have a fiber connection supporting 5 GBs bandwidth and Deco M9 Plus is connected to my box which has 1x2,5 Gbps Ethernet port and 2 x 1 Gbps Ethernet ports and integrated 500 Gb/s WiFi router.
Can you please explain how I can get maximum bandwidth to more than 50 connected devices of my smart home leveraging M9 Plus 3 bands (2* 5GHz 867 Mbps + 1* 2,4 GHz 400 Mbps) WiFi technology?
If I understand well when I connect my main Deco through 1 Gbps Ethernet port to my modem (box) the maximum that I can have in theory through Deco is 1 Gbps bandwidth distributed to all my devices thanks to 3 bands.
Is it possible to connect Deco M9 Plus to 2,5 Gbps Ethernet port and get all supported in theory 2 Gbps bandwidth (2*867 Mbs+ 400 Mbs) distributed through Deco M9 Plus Mesh system?
Can I connect both 1 GBs ethernet ports of Deco M9 plus to my box to get 2 GBps bandwidth distribution through Deco? Should I setup two separate WiFi networks?
Can you please explain how I should set up Deco M9 Plus (3 units setup) with my box which can provide 4,5 GBs thanks to 3 ports (1*2,5 GBs and 2*1 GB ports ) to distribute maximum (bandwidth) across all my WiFi-connected devices maximizing usage of the 3 bands WiFi technology?