I think I may have been reminded of this one on MacGeekGab, too, but it’s a site I’ve had bookmarked for a long time. Its big uniqueness is that it tests buffer bloat and provides an easy-to-understand score of A through F.
My understanding is that you want to avoid buffer bloat, and that some routers do a better job of managing it than others.
For what it’s worth, my eero mesh network almost always scores an A or an A+ in all categories.
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