Router alone or complete front end with modem, router and WAP? The one IanBB links to does NOT have an ADSL interface.
Going to 8 ports takes more space and manufacturers try to keep units as small as possible. It will also take additional processing power and that will push power consumption and price up too. Devices with greater than 4 ports do exist but tend to be business grade with prices to match.
My suggestion would be to buy a small 8/12/16 port switch, a good quality modem/router without a WAP and a seperate WAP.
Incoming line goes into the new modem/router, that manages the interface and has the DHCP server running. AN output from the router feeds the switch which routes all of the traffic around (the job it is designed to do) and on one port the WAP is connected and placed for optimum coverage rather than located where the router is although you could have a router with an internal WAP but it is not as flexible.
Have a look at the link in the PM I have sent you.
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