SYNACK... are you using the entire country's bandwidth?!
Let's see, just me, two tvs, Xbox, blueray player, two tablets, three phones (one that is actually connected to a phone network) and two laptops and a desktop pc. That's 12 for just me.
SYNACK (19th October 2013)
Oh, and I forgot my arduno microcontroller with Ethernet shield, that thing can tweet pointless data with the best of them as well, I think it may be a celebrity
Last edited by SYNACK; 19th October 2013 at 05:35 PM.
I've got an 8-port hub plugged into the router which is just about full - handily my router is located in an alcove behind the TV so consoles/streaming boxes with a wired connection can be connected directly. I have been tempted many times to have a wired network fitted...
My sky router deals with requests from:
2 Raspberry Pis
1 Smart Tv
1 Blue ray player
1 Sky box
Wireless supplied by 2 Unifi UAPs.
4.5 devices per occupant.
1 Mac Mini
5.5 per person
But this may be bias due to the laptop / multimedia setup in the shed (-:
In our house I have a link from a switch in cupboard upstairs and over the stairs. It comes down through floor board and out of the ceiling downstairs then down in the wall to a Switch in the living room under the tv. There's a small bit of cable showing but it's in a place I can box in without anyone knowing.
In our house at least I can normally get into cavity between ceiling and upstairs floor boards without major issues
Although for the dining room, I'm just going to use power plugs.
Why not just buy my house and it's done for you - I'm trying to sell it
Tbh there's normally a gap like I said - or still a small hole. Room to room is easy enough. I only have 1 link between down and upstairs and that comes out at the bottom of the stairs so isn't in eye line and is just a tiny bit of cable on the corner.
In newer houses with plasterboard walls / cavities it's probably even easier.
Lets see now..
Portable: iPhone, Kindle
Front Room: Blu-Ray, Xbox, TV, Mac-Mini
Study: Desktop, Macbook Air
Bedroom: 2nd Mac Mini
Server Room: NAS
I _think_ that's it.
Two iMacs. A Macbook. Two iPhones. An AppleTV. A Wii. Two Kindles. An iPod touch which gets used occasionally.
Mostly Apple stuff. /hides
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