Home router usually have two interfaces. But they have several ports on the back. Is this different from a canonical router? Do they attach a swrich to consumer routers?
I have a Kubuntu 15.04 box (and other systems) on a home LAN to a Comcast cable modem. I have had previously, and have now, difficulty in replacing my LAN's router with a new one. Ie when I physically substitute/reconnect the new router for the old one, the Kubuntu box does not communicate with the new router or the internet.
I have a ailing home router (specifically a LinkSys/Cisco BEFSR81 Router) which contains NAT and internal DHCP. I'm looking to replace it but all I am finding is Routers containing Wireless functionality that I do not need.