Hi all, We recently switched over from our DSL service (yes, DSL. We were on a 6 Mbps connection for years) to a cable service with speeds up to 100 Mbps. I can confirm we are getting what we're paying for because on my dad's desktop, which is in proximity to the modem and router and connected through ethernet, gets speeds from the mid 80s up to the mid 90s. However, on my gaming setup which is across the room and connected to the internet via a Linksys 802.11ac USB adapter, I get at most up to 35 Mbps and sometimes down to the area of 20-25. I have confirmed that my BIOS, chipset, USB drivers, Windows, and network adapter drivers are up to date (I also realized the adapter was choosing 2.4GHz over 5GHz, so I forced it into only using 5GHz mode and it made little to no difference). Our router is an older 802.11n router so I get that there's no "same type attack bonus" or whatever going on, but a loss of ~50 Mbps is pretty significant. I believe the problem is the security system that's connected to the router so my dad can look into the house remotely. How do I go about checking my network to see if the security system really is hogging the whole thing? I know how to troubleshoot my own connection, but I don't know how to examine the entire network.