I'm just someone that wrote router code in the 90s and never heard of IP crash. What is that and why can't the usual router then switch do this?
Me and my husband just moved into a new home, we both work for a major cable/isp provider and we're wanting to wire the house with ethernet. If need be will purchase an ethernet switch to avoid IP crash however we were wondering if it was possible to wire each outlet into the feed with either scotchloks by jumping the feed to each line or using a punch block. We were told by a few others we know in the field that you probably could but you would more than likely run into issues like IP crash, or drastically reducing the speeds running through the cables. We're going to be using cat5e have unlimited access to this as well as scotchloks, punch blocks, and scotch rockers. I am going to be wiring a total of about 5-6 outlets. If anyone has any ideas please let me know!!