Hi, this is probably a really simple answer but I've been doing some digging and can't seem to find anything obvious so thought I'd ask as anyone familiar with PoE will likely know. I have a main managed switch (TP-LINK TL-SG2424) that runs my home network. I'm looking to add some Wireless AP's that are PoE. I understand I can run injectors or use a PoE switch. Since I would also like to inevitably add some PoE cameras, I'm thinking a PoE switch is the go. My question is about how the PoE switch works physically with the main switch. Specifically, if I buy an 8 port PoE switch, is there a 1 to 1 relationship with the main switch ports? Eg. run a cable from port 1 on the main switch to port 1 on the PoE switch and then port 2 on the PoE switch goes to the Wireless AP? Or is there usually a dedicated uplink port on the PoE switch where if it were 8 ports, I could use 7 for PoE devices and one port back to the main switch, potentially limiting the bandwidth between the AP's if each are 1G ports but then bottleneck at just one 1G port back to the main switch? Sorry if I've confused things, I'm just trying to get this clear in my mind. Thanks in advance.