I have more wired Ethernet devices then there are LAN ports on the AEBS. Is there any trouble in connecting a layer 2 gigabit Ethernet switch to one of these ports to expand the number of available ports? If no problem is there a recommended/preferred quality switch to use? I didn't see any gigabit Ethernet switches at my friendly Apple store.
Finally to start your work through online it requires to connect your airport express router with Ethernet Switch. Are you a regular Airport Express user? If yes then you need to connect an Ethernet Switch with an Airport Express which allows you to share with multiple devices. This allows you to connect with wired connections along various computer devices.
Get ready to install your Airport Express Router as if you are hooking up your modem. Here we discuss some important steps for how to use an Ethernet Switch with Airport Express as includes things you need for using Ethernet Cable with an Airport Express:-
Step-1 First of all connect one end of an Ethernet cable to airport express and the other end with modem.
Step-2 Then insert the one port on the given rear Airport Express Base Station.
Step-3 Then find out the flip power for trying to prongs on the Body of Airport Base Station and then plug it as by nearby this power strip. After finishing all these process this appears for sending out the wired network ethernet switch connections with an Airport Express.
Hope these steps will make too easy by following above instructions step-by-step. First read all steps in a quiet place and then try to connect wired network with an Ethernet Switch to the Airport Express Router.