Would a pair of Cisco RV042G be able to provide Load Balancing for Exhcange 2010 servers at both ends of a VPN?

We are setting up a second location with a second Exchange 2010 box using DAG for replication. Two questions:
1) There are only 60 or so mailboxes. Do we need load balancing?
2) Would the Cisco RV042G be sufficient?
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
I have a Cisco RV042G in my home office, and throughput in this box is excellent. I should think it would do the job for you.
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
You don't need a load balancer. However if you have a site failover then you will have to change DNS entries manually to get the external clients to connect.

Simon.
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