Hi all. My broadband connect was recently upgraded to 250Mbps, and my old reliable AEBS (2nd gen) couldn't transmit at that level. Replaced the AEBS with a new 6th gen model. So AEBS (6th) + rMBP (late 2013) within feet of each other. This is what I am getting when connected to ac vs n: PHY Mode: 802.11ac Channel: 132 Country Code: CA Network Type: Infrastructure Security: WPA2 Personal Signal / Noise: -42 dBm / -93 dBm Transmit Rate: 1300 MCS Index: 9 PHY Mode: 802.11n Channel: 11 Country Code: CA Network Type: Infrastructure Security: WPA2 Personal Signal / Noise: -28 dBm / -98 dBm Transmit Rate: 217 MCS Index: 23 Does that make sense - that the n network would be using more streams than the ac? Want to be sure there are no issues with the AEBS - on n it is underperforming compared to the way old AEBS it replaced. On AC the TX rate varies widely from 800 to 1300 sitting right next to the router. Thanks!