I think this is a pretty simple question, but I wanted to either validate my thinking, or for someone to tell me I'm wrong. My router at home has 4 gigabit ports. So, obviously, each (supported) ...
I have a desktop and a laptop connected by a network switch. Both have Gigabit network cards. My old (Netgear) Fast Ethernet switch gives equal throughput in both directions for file copying ...
On a typical network switch each port runs at a designed maximum speed, eg: 100Mb/s But is there a limit to the maximum transfer rate between all ports of the switch at a given time? I am guessing ...