Hi everyone, when I look at the traffic on my PoE switch (which only has ring cameras connected), I’m seeing 100Mb and it’s a gigabit switch. That would indicate that the network port on the cam’s themselves is 100Mb and has nothing to do with the line speed of the switch. I have not seen any spec’s that indicate this is the case, but I would be that this is true. That being said, if you recall, when these connected cams were originally setup and configured, you were asked to join them to the network, not via the app as a Client to a Network, but the devices connected to your phone and then joined the network. Even though, through the setup there were indications that the camera’s connected via ethernet, I would expect even at 100Mbs or even 10Mbs for that matter, the connection to the live view would be extremely fast. There is at least a 10 second delay on some days and I would say generally 5 second delay on a gigabyte network, where I consistently get 850Mbs and 900Mb down running various speed tests. Now keep in mind, that this data has to travel through all the traffic through your wifi, router and ISP router to the cloud and back and even 5 seconds is considered pretty fast I would guess. In addition to that, if the server where this app is connecting is slow as mollasses then I would bet that has a big impact as well. In addition, I’m still trying to find another Ring stick up wired from the original version and not the junk they now offer with a PoE injector. I’ve installed two of those at my neighbors and the wire nitemare is going to be horendous. nice going Ring and Amazon!!!