If you are planning to put two subnets on this same ethernet interface, you can do this, by configuring secondary ip addresses on the ethernet interface. But physically PCs in both the subnets will be in the same lan segment.
No adaptor that I have ever heard of , not sure why you wouldn't want to use secondary addresses though . If for some reason you need these to go to 2 different locations you could use secondarys and run the ethernet connection into a small switch at the router and then break it out from there .
I think this has been mentioned, but can you place a small switch between your subnets and the router interface then configure the interface with a secondary address? You would have the physical subnet 1 into port 1 on the switch, physical subnet 2 on port 2 of the switch, then connect port 3 of the switch to the router.
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