Question Will this configuration work?

Feb 20, 2020
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I wanted to know weather this configuration work properly

  1. My isp Ethernet cable connected to a switch
  2. From that switch 1 port is connected to a wifi router for other device to connect wirelessly
  3. Another port from the switch is connected to my primary pc
For better understanding a image that shows how this connection is

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1CAVyYC-s8KF48PbpmFOXlbA9BcUK_pro/view?usp=drivesdk

Will this setup make internet work properly on all devices
 

Ralston18

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Switch is out of place and likely redundant/unnecessary.

Normal connections are:

ISP ----> Modem ---->router ------> wired devices (including switches) and ~~~~> wireless devices.

ISP/LAN box would be connected to the router's WAN port and your PC would be connected to one of the router's LAN ports.

What make and models are the "LAN/ISP" box, and the wireless router?
 
Feb 20, 2020
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Switch is out of place and likely redundant/unnecessary.

Normal connections are:

ISP ----> Modem ---->router ------> wired devices (including switches) and ~~~~> wireless devices.

ISP/LAN box would be connected to the router's WAN port and your PC would be connected to one of the router's LAN ports.

What make and models are the "LAN/ISP" box, and the wireless router?
my router limit is 100mbps , so intead of spending on a new gigabit routem i can spend for a gigabit router this could save me some money, so do you hava a solution for connecting my 200mbps internet to my pc and even a working wireless connection(100mbps limit is enough for wireless)
the main point is that i want 200mbps connection to my primary pc with wifi working with my secondary devices
 

SamirD

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A router that can do 200Mbps is as cheap as a switch. Look at any of the tplink archer series--they're usually only $50 or.

And if your router can only do 100Mbps, your wireless is also running much slower than with an upgrade, so you'd benefit with a new router in that way too.
 

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