Hi, I'm trying to network my home with tons of ports.... However, since some of these ports are really hard to wire up, and we're not so interested in having double or triple ports all over, my question is this: If I added a port in a room now (which is then connected to a switch, which is connected to a router, which is then connected to a modem, which is finally connected to the internet), is it possible to later on, connect yet another switch there? Will there be any problems connecting to the internet, or sharing files or printers, etc, from this new switch with other computers connected with the earlier switch? (configuration then would be switch-switch-router-modem) No, before suggesting it, wireless networking is out, since the port in question is going to be used for a media player, and file transfer speed is top priority. We're thinking that we might place another computer (or two) in the future. These cables do not exceed 30m, total length shouldn't be anything more than 35m. All cables are CAT6 (some Cat6e), not Cat5 or Cat5e. Right now, with the switch-router-modem setup, computers connected to both the switch can connect with computers connected to the router (which has wireless, and computers connected via wireless). File/printer sharing, and internet is all without problem. As I don't have a second switch yet, and may not get one for awhile, I would not be able to just connect it up, and see if it works, which is why I'm posting for some help. Thanks in advance.