No, the Pi4B has one built-in gigabit ethernet adapter and socket, so you only need one additional one. @dlakelan tested both an ASIX based one and the UE300 and the UE300 was demonstrably better suited to the task of processing data at gigabit speeds.
Thanks I have placed order for everything.
How do I set it up? Any documents I can refer?
Edit: I got it here - https://openwrt.org/toh/views/toh_fwdownload. But any instruction I can find somewhere about how to flash and do setup?
I believe @dlaklan's thread has some information. I have no Pi, let a lone a 4B and have no first hand experience with setting it up, so I will refrain from making wild guesses;)
Thanks. I understand that.
Hope I get inputs, suggestions and advise from other forum members as well
I have referenced 3 links in my first post where you can find information about the device and the setup.
If you want to start quick just grab the build from @wulfy23 and follow "SAMPLE INSTALL COMMANDS"
For setting up the usb-to-ethernet device you could use "Raspberry Pi as a home router".
This should give you a running system. For fine-tuning then search the threads I've linked and/or the forum. If you have specific questions just ask within this threads or open a new topic.
Thanks. I will go through link shared.
It looks like I ordered for 8GB Pi4. I hope it wont be an issue
That is indeed to much for your needs. But it won't be an issue.
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