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Dedicating 2 Ethernet ports

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I currently purchased a motherboard with 2 Ethernet ports. I was wondering if I can dedicate the 1 port for downstream and the other port for upstream. I heard it can be done but I can't find it anywhere. So I'm believing that it can't can I get clarification if it is possible and if so how? I'm currently running windows 7 home premium and I also installed drivers that the mb came with to allow aggregation of the ports. Also I am only connected to a Verizon Fios router/modem that they supplied me with. Thank you
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