Is this accurate...
If I have a switch (3560) with 48 - 10/100 Mbps ports and 1 - SFP Module (1000base-T) for the trunk..
The throughput from one device to another on the switch is limited to 100 Mbps. The trunk line is limited to 1 Gbps. So if all 48 ports are sending data to a device outside the switch (through through the trunk port) the maximum throughput is limited to 1 Gbps that is my trunk port. So 1000 Mbps / 48 ports = 20.83 Mbps per port. So if all 48 ports were transmitting to full capacity they would only get 20.83 Mbps each?