So I’ve invested in an 27U AV rack and having ideas on how to fill it. At the top I’d like to have a switch to forward the internet via Ethernet cable to items like ... Av receiver , blu ray player , tv, hue, Arlo etc etc ... Now I know nothing about networking, switches , and so on but I have been researching on cables. Now my TP LINK switch is 18 port 1gb ports, have already got cat 6 rj45 Ethernet cables to forward the signal all I’d need to do is out off my sky Q router sock 1 connect one end then on my switch connect the other end in socket 1 then the rest would now be like the extension to the devices like the AV Amp, tv etc etc ... using a cat 6 Ethernet cable what am I truly getting over this cable ie speeds from just the broadband (not fibre) to the end devices??? Now I know the Sky Q router ports are cat 5 (I believe) my switch ports are 1000mbps (1gb) but running a cat 6 Ethernet cable , would this make any difference? Ultimately I’m trying to cut down on wifi in the home that’s my goal and have items connected via cable where possible. My switch is a TP link T1600G 18TS and then from the switch would it matter what cable to use to connect to my items?