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What is the best way to load balance two intranet servers.

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I am running IIS internally for an intranet. I would like to add another server and load balance the two and have failover. What is the best solution to make this happen. I perfer a hardware solution. I have been looking into the Barracuda 340. Please help.
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I prefer the one from http://www1.jetnexus.com/ if you are going hardware base.
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Anyone else have any input?
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