Quote Originally Posted by edwaleni View Post

Debian 11 and Ubuntu and their later flavors all recognize this adapter and load the kernel drivers at boot.

I can only assume that Debian didn't activate the driver at boot due to a dearth of NBase switches at the time of release and decided to let people activate the driver themselves if required.

But while Debian 10 identifies the adapter with just a continuation of ethernet interfaces, eth2, eth3, eth4 etc.

Debian 11 and Ubuntu identify them as enosp2, enosp3, enosp4, etc.

So I am sure when Untangle comes out with their next release, all of these interface names will change in the network manager.
We are all waiting for some kind of Beta V17 to start plying and giving feedback.