Got a question about ethernet capacity that I'm unsure of.
Moving into a new office, and a problem I phase is that there is only 1 ethernet wall plug on the complete floor.
So only way would be to put a router/wifi network there and then have 30 workstations run on that ( add printers, mobile phones, etc etc ).
My first question is a noob : one single ethernet plug can handle with no problem almost a complete (almost) network? ( maybe 100 IP addresses out of 255 ).
I guess I'm doing the same at home where I also only have 1 plug, but a bit more units here that are why I'm interested in what the problems are with this, maybe what ways to consider making a stable network based on this single socketor floor.
And since I probably have to do wifi, is there any units that can go from wifi-> ethernet? For the places on the floor where I would need an extra physical ethernet slot.
I could put up an access point and use the slots in that I guess, but am so afraid of creating a networking monster that becomes unreliable.