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 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.
This is a review of a Western Digital WD600 router. I've had an itch to experiment with the NAS-lite-like functions offered by routers with USB ports. Most have been more than I've wanted to spend. We were in WalMart a few days ago and there was a basket of these router marked down to $39.99 and had a USB port. Hmmm.