The The The light cat came out, connected to a route, then found that the port was not enough, and then connected to another route, and then found that there was no wireless, and then connected to a router with WIFI, so there will be a lot of losses in the next round? The network performance depends on each small route as well as the first route? Or does it mean that the first route will not have too much load?

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Netizen Reply: The The Citation: strwei published in 2020-6-2713:25 This problem does not exist, the consumption is very small, unless there is a problem with the network cable
Netizen reply: The The Quote: ☼☼☼☼☼☼ published in 2020-6-2713:25 Where is the network bottleneck in this case? Is it the first router or each router has independent performance without interfering with each other? ...
Netizen Reply: The The Quote: ☼☼☼☼☼☼ published in 2020-6-2713:25 Where is the network bottleneck in this case? Is it the first router or each router has independent performance without interfering with each other? ...
Netizen Reply: The The The loss of the wired intranet is very small, unless you are relying on wireless connection routing
Netizen Reply: The The Why not step into the stomach. A router is hung on the top, and the port is not enough, you can use the switch
Netizen Reply: The The Citation: strwei published in 2020-6-2713:28 Then you can buy a switch, 10 ports should be enough for you, only a few dozen
Netizen reply: The The The theory is influential, and it can be neglected in practice, provided that the performance of the added router does not reach the bottleneck.

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