Easy question for people that know about Ethernet and routers...
I have a router that connects to my internet with 100mbps ports only.
I want to plug in a gigabit router to one of its ethernet ports.
Of course this means that any device plugged into this secondary router would access the internet at a maximum of 100mbps only.
That is fine.
What I'd like to know is if the various computers plugged into this secondary router can communicate with themselves at gibabit speeds or it would it just be 100mbps? my guess is gigabit because they should be use local IP adresses of the secondary router (i.e. its 192.168.xxx.xxx), right?