maratsade is correct in the explanation of my posts, which occurred due to a misunderstanding.
Moving forward, as maratsade suggested, it may help to reply to Liz's last question. I don't know if she's waiting on that to continue the troubleshooting process, but it's possible.
You still haven't answered Liz's question:
I do see that the Galaxy-S10 had some moments of a fair signal so you might want to move that closer to the modem or switch it to the 5 GHz network.
What were you trying to do that prompted running speed tests?
You may want to answer her question, otherwise you're preventing her from helping you.
Liz's question was asked as part of the troubleshooting process. The reps ask questions because in their experience, these questions are pertinent to the troubleshooting process, even if you think they're not. Not answering means that troubleshooting will not move forward. It would be to your advantage to allow the reps to do their job and to answer their questions. Your choice, of course, but as I said, troubleshooting with the reps on this site will not move forward if you don't answer their questions.
That question is NOT pertinent to my problem...not sure why it was asked. My problem is NOT wifi. I hope that has been made clear.
My problem is 1.streaming on a cable connection during daytime hours. 2. Downloading large files during daytime hours. Low low low download speeds during daytime hours.........
What am I missing? Please spell it out.