Is there a 'sudo' or tool I can use that will seek, find and describe what my Wi-Fi card is on Laptop without opening laptop and it's driver? Apparently, AC/ or n,g,b matters.
- On a 300 Mbps plan, CABLED I'm getting 270 - 345 Mbps with zero bufferbloat.
- Wi-Fi, I get 23-30 Mbps huge bufferbloat
- I hope to find a good driver, or source the issue and fix it.
Ubuntu-Mate 18.04 on a 'was Windows 10' Samsung laptop (totally reformatted Windows out of the picture before install)