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Two broadband routers on one 2003 server

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I administer a school 2003 server with xp pro clients. We have one bradband connection. This is now not enough. We can only get 1 meg of connection due to the location of the exchange. I want to install another router on a new line to increase our capacity. How can I do this and share the load between the two router?
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Buy something like a sonicwall tz170 and use the load balancing feature built in to the WAN and OPT ports .  

http://www.sonicwall.com/us/products/TZ_170_Series.html

Or if you wish to save a little bit of money, check out something like this one http://www.dlink.com/products/?pid=452
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