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General Networking questions

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....not really no
the bandwidht (to my knowledge) is the same on all ports..hub or switch...so if you've got a 4 port hub...each port should be the same speed (10/100)...could be wrong though

the physical location of the equipment is irrellevant in a wired network
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That is correct, in a 10/100 hub that is per port not combined bandwidth.
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