>> No offence meant, but why would you like to upgrade a "home" network to
>> Gbit? Is it required at all?
> This is a useless response. Why do you feel the need to question his
> Maybe he wants faster throughput. Maybe he'd like to utilize GigE
> speeds on a switch he bought. Maybe he wants to learn more about
> gigabit networking.
> At any rate, "why" really doesn't matter.
Why really does matter.
It was a genuine inquisitive inquiry.
There was nothing wrong with his question...it was relatively polite and
quoted in context properly as to emphasize why this sort of upgrade
would need to be done in a particular location.
Perhaps the poster was questioning the OP because he wanted to learn
about GigE himself, and why it may/would be needed/wanted...
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