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    I have two Broadband connections and one SBS 2003 R2 server. The first Broadband connection is a Cable connection with a 3Com Cable Router and the second Broadband connection is a ADSL connection with a 3Com ADSL Router.

    My question is: Can I configure both Routers on the SBS 2003 R2 Server where the Cable Broadband is the main connection and the ADSL Broadband is the redundant connection?
    And if so can anyone explaine this to me?



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