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Intel's cards and software is pretty easy... but Compaq/HP and others also have their own software for doing this.
The only real question here is; can your switch support adapter teaming/link aggregation?
All the Cisco gear I work with (and have at home) will do adapter teaming... giving two network cards a theoretical bandwidth of 200mbit, or just having a redundant link.
So to answer your question 100% accurately: Yes. You can. =-]
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
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