Hi. I have run out of ethernet ports on my router. So, I am planning to purchase an unmanaged gigabit switch. I will connect 1 port of switch to one of the ethernet ports of the router and then connect remaining ethernet ports of the switch to the clients. Correct? So, switch will be connected to the router with a 1Gbps link. When I connect clients to the switch, they will are share this 1 Gbps bandwidth. However, if I connect clients directly to the router they can have a dedicated 1 Gbps link each (because of link aggregation enabled on both router and NAS). Is my assumption correct that this will reduce the overall bandwidth of clients connected to the switch? Can I bypass it? For example, connect 2 ethernet ports of router and switch together to create a 2Gbps link?