Best Home Networking - Internet Improvements - Need Expert Advice

Best Home Networking - Internet Improvements - Need Expert Advice
Best Home Networking - Internet Improvements - Need Expert Advice
2020-06-03 17:06:09 - last edited 2020-06-06 10:47:34

Hello TP Link fam!

I am in the process of remodeling all the internet configuration at home and I need some recommendations to know what is the most simple and efficient.

Thank you very much in advance for your help!

My ISP Internet Speed is 1 GB/s and I want to know the best way to keep that speed with TP Link products.

 

I would like to place a switch to distribute cable network to all floors and each floor to place an Access Point (The type of network cable I have is CAT5e)

 

The Home solution that I want is this one, please tell me if it's the best for me:

 

Floor 2: Access Point by ethernet

Floor 1: Access Point by ethernet

Floor 0: Switch and ISP Router + Tp Link Good Router linked to the ISP Router (Bridge Mode)

Floor - 1: Access Point by ethernet

 

My question is:

1) Place a TP Link Deco on each floor in “Access Point” mode connected by cable to the switch and making an ethernet backhaul connection?
Examples: TP Link Deco m5 or m9 Plus
https://www.tp-link.com/en/home-networking/deco/

 

OR

 

2) Place a Router on each floor in “Access Point” mode connected by cable to the switch.
Examples of router:
https://www.tp-link.com/en/home-networking/wifi-router/archer-c2300/


OR

 

3) Put another mesh network product or what solution do you recommend? 

 My ISP Internet Speed is 1 GB/s and I want to know the best way to keep that speed with TP Link products.

 

Other doubts:

The Switch I'm thinking of buying is this one because I was told that in order to connect TV BOXES to the switch to work well the switch had to have the “IGMP Snooping V3” functionality. Is it confirmed?
https://www.tp-link.com/en/business-networking/easy-smart-switch/tl-sg1024de/

 

It's necessary to buy a good router to link in bridge mode to my ISP Router? And then off the wireless functionalities of my ISP Router?

 

Thank you very much again for your help. :)

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