I've found out that the Ruckus 510 APs that were installed in the new house I bought show only one network when I look at available networks, but it has both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz radios. However, it automatically assigns devices to one of the two without me being able to choose which one. I just bought a Fire TV Recast device, which allows me to view and record over the air TV. However, my Ruckus has automatically assigned it to the 2.4 GHz radio, while I feel a video device should be on the 5GHz one. Is there any way to force it on my preferred one?
Easy one here. The AP's don't assign and it's permanent. They will switch back and forth between bands based on the best signal and performance. If you want a device on a dedicated 5ghz band you'll need to setup a separate 5ghz only network with a different name. I've done this and connected several devices that are stationary and it works pretty well. Although, the R510's as a product simply suck. Their performance is drastically subpar to a standard router even with all the firmware updates. I'm only using them because they were free and in my ceiling. I'm on a gigabit network and never get download or upload speeds above 250 mbps over the air no matter where I am or what channel or network band I'm on.