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Two NIC Cards in PowerEdge 2600

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What is the best way to implement a two NIC card configuration for redundancy on a PowerEdge 2600 with an integrated Gigabit NIC card. Any product recommendations or configurations would be great.
My main goal is to ensure uptime on the server as it runs remote sites.
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I havn't worked with DELL but I am sure you should have an option for network teaming.Hightlight both the  NICs and team them.
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