Hi, can we plug this ethernet grounding adapter between modem and router? If we do have a desktop computer plugged to the router, I understand we need to use an ground loop isolator but is it okay to plug it between router and modem? If so, is this isolator plugged before or after the ethernet grounding adapter that is plugged between modem and router? I read the other questions posted here so far although I noticed you answered some but haven't answered other questions that are considered essential and similar to mine. Please answer as soon as you receive this for it is a very important question to know before considering your products. If you must know, my router has metal ports to it while my modem has no metal port.
I have a second question if it's within your ability to answer. If the setup above is feasible, what if I decide to connect a series of switches (daisy chain) connected to a single port in my router? Does having metal ports in each and every switch connected to each other make a difference in grounding all my devices that require ethernet connection? What if one of the switches don't have metal ports? Once again, it's an important question I really need answered before considering your products. Please answer as soon as if you receive this.
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