I was searching for a LAN adapter on Amazon.
One of the reviews stated that this LAN adapter caused a crash of their home network. The router would restart a lot and the laptop wouldn't have an internet connection. Removing the adapter solved the problem.
In case you want to read the review, here it is (on German): https://www.amazon.de/gp/customer-reviews/R3P59KQU3K8MB2/
I am just wondering, how or if that could even be possible? Doesn't the LAN adapter just "convert" the signal and not mess with IPs? Shouldn't the router just not deliver the signal to a faulty LAN adapter instead of restarting itself?
Maybe the buyer had a bad router?