Can I use a gigabit ethernet interface in a router and only have fast ethernet clients using it? If I connect the gigabit interface to a switch with a GBIC-port and the clients are connected to the fast ethernet ports.
Or does every client need to have a gigabit ethernet interace?
What I'm looking for is that I have a LAN where every client doesn't need more than 100Mbit but togheter all clients will need gigabit ethernet speed to the router.
You will be able to do this without any problems, and many of the switches are designed for the very purpose of providing high speed gig-uplinks to service a number of 100M client links.
One thing to check though is that, having run a gig-link to the router, the router is able to handle and output the quantity of data it is likely to receive. For instance, to use an extreme example, there is no point running a highly utilised gigabit link into a router when all the traffic has to go out of a 64K line!
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