Netgate 6100 & 8200

Both appear to have the same logic board in it with a bridged 4 port non-switched ethernet controller.
The non-switched ports really threw me off. It’s odd to me that they put a new product back to the stone ages of hubs from early 2000’s.
Does anyone think they’ll be a problem?

Local Telco is putting in 1+ gigabit fiberoptic they say so i’ve gone back to thinking about routers again.

You are confused, they are logical ports.
From their description: “(4) 2.5 Gbps RJ-45 “direct” (unswitched) ethernet (LAN)”
and in their manual:

And noted in my review:

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