Multiple Network Switches to Organize Traffic

Linksys Wrt610n dual-n band wireless rou...
April 4, 2010 at 14:55:56
Specs: Windows XP
So here is my current problem. I have a printer, tivo, main computer, xbox 360 and a laptop, all connected to one Router. In theory the printer and the tivo do not have to access the internet too often. However, I do transfer from my main computer to my tivo.

My question is, would it be possible to hook the tivo and printer up to their own network switch for what i would call a internal network that rarely accesses the internet, then have the computer and xbox and laptop connected to a separate internet network.

Then have a connection between both networks that allows the tivo to access the internet when needed and the main computer print to the printer and send to the tivo when needed.

My main concern is that i have so many things on my network that they seem to bottle neck. I hope I am explaining this adequately.

If anyone has any suggestions that would be fantastic.

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April 4, 2010 at 16:25:19
Those few things shouldn't cause a bottleneck at all. I had 16 PCs on one subnet with no problems. At the most, you need one switch if you ran out of ports on the router.

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