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Router Question

Discussion in 'PC hardware help' started by chappersc, Feb 17, 2007.

  1. chappersc

    chappersc Member

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    First of all
    1.If you have a router and route it three ways does the speed get reduced?
    2.Can you route a ethernet cable (stupid question i know)?
    3.Can you route a router again (the ethernet cable coming out)?
    Thanks
    Chappers
     
  2. geestar20

    geestar20 Active member

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    Its not a constant 54mb transfer 3 ways so yes it will be reduced but not noticeable but the connection will say 54mb.

    If your router supports it, such as a 4 port wireless router which can aslo be a hardwired router. Not a stupid question BTW

    Don't understand this question but I will try. If you mean running am ethernet cable from the router to a PC then yes. If your talking about a hardwiring a router to another router then yes.
     

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