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Maybe your home PC can't saturate a 1Gbps link, but it can certainly saturate a 100Mbps link. This is why I have a gigabit switch behind my wireless router. All the PCs go on the gigabit switch, and there's only one other device plugged directly into the wireless router, my VoIP ATA.

Of course, I can saturate a 1Gbps link now with my RAID setup... when are we going to get 10Gbps Ethernet again?
A clan member of mine has his house wired with 10Gb LAN.....

His network is probably worth more than my PC!
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Network? Just the switch would cost more than all the PCs in your house!
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Network? Just the switch would cost more than all the PCs in your house!
Check the post at the bottom of the page:
http://miaclan.net/modules.php?name=...er=asc&start=0


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OL, not a problem, it is a lot of cash. But here are some pics I already have online. You can see the 3 30" monitors in the first but that is also a picture before I had the 42U rack. I got the rack and in the rack you can see an HP 1800-24G, HP 2900-24G, HP 5406zl, custom 1U firewall, custom 12TB iSCSI SAN, and Dell PowerEdge 1950. The 1950 has dual 2.66Ghz Quad-core chips with 16GB of memory and a 10GbE NIC connected to the iSCSI san. Currently in the rack is another 2900-24G, Cisco 2621XM router, a new APC metered rack PDU and an APC 3U battery backup that can keep the entire rack up for about an hour. Also on top of the rack is a Proxim AP-4000 wireless AP.

The 2900-24G's have 2 10GbE ports and 2 10GbE expansion slots. So each has 4 ports and are setup in a mess for redundancy of my iSCSI san traffic. The 5406zl has 2 24-port PoE blades, which is way over kill but it's used to power the Cisco 2960G VoIP phones I have in the house.
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Yeah, if the OP's question is still in effect, go out to a local shop and get a 8 port Linksys Router. Shouldn't be over 30 or 40 dollars, and it should have an Uplink port in it.
    
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A clan member of mine has his house wired with 10Gb LAN.....
What? You're in the clan???!!!!!!!!!!!!!




Oops, I guess that's not on topic.
Yesh one more here. I have 3 computers and Xbox and PS3 all hooked up to Modem>router.switch. Works great.
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post #26 of 26
okay, I got the switch fix but what about when you have a laptop, wii, ps3, wireless dvd, desktop, 2 smartphones, and an ipad? is there a good 6-8 port wireless router?
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