Multiple unmanaged switches, single subnet, connected to Cisco 2960 or 2901?
I have a vendor installing 32 IP cameras and 2 network video recorders. All 34 devices are on the same subnet and connected across three 10/100 unmanaged switches.
I have an existing LAN including a Cisco 2960 switch and 2901 router. I would like to connect each of the unmanaged switches to the existing LAN individually so that each unmanaged switch isn't tethered to the next with 10/100 throughput bottlenecks.
Can this be done between multiple unmanaged switches and my 2960 or perhaps my 2901 with a 4-port Ethernet switch EHWIC?
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