Multiple access points versus one. Since all WiFi is shared half duplex, by having more access points you do get more wireless throughput.
I have a structured wiring home on cat5e wiring. With the advent of gigabit 802.11ac standard, I was wondering if it makes sense to build a home network lan on cat5e. Both being giga bit, what is the key advantage of going the wired route.
Would a structured wired network provide me with simultaneous multiple dedicated gigabit speed from a central server to different access points in different rooms, whereas a wireless network would have to share the same gigabit bandwidth across all access points for simultaneous multiple streams?
If that is true, i can see that as a big advantage over wireless.