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Windows Server 2008 as Dual WAN Router

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I have an old 32-bit computer that I want to turn into a Windows 2008 dual WAN router for increase output connectivity.  If you can guide me where I can get the step-by-step instructions to  put this together, I'll be greatly appreciated.

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Why will you want to use Windows Server 2008 as Dual WAN Router? It is advisable to get proper Dual WAN router.
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To learn how to do it...  And I enjoy a challenge every now and then.
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