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I have a router setup with several computers on WiFi.  I want to connect another computer to the network via cable (1 single computer).  My WiFi connections are 11mbps and cable connection is 100mbps per second.  I need to how the cable connnection could slow down the internet connection for the computers on WiFi, if this is the case.  I am using nowhere near 100mbp (LAN max speed) so could the cable connection slow down thhe WiFi connections and how?
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>> I need to how the cable connnection could slow down the internet connection for the computers on WiFi, if this is the case.

it isnt.

>> I am using nowhere near 100mbp (LAN max speed) so could the cable connection slow down thhe WiFi connections and how?

no it isnt.


the 100 mbps you see is the speed of the NIC card you have installed not your actuall connect speed(unless you have purchased this much or more bandwidth).
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