Let me start by saying that I am not looking to load balance between 2 ISPs.
I have a site where we get an MPLS ethernet handoff from our ISP. For some reason, our marketing dept. gave a contract company the green light to have their own service dropped in to support a contractor for the next 2 years. I'm still fighting to get my supervisor to shut this down and just let the contractor run on our network as we currently do, but I need to have a solution in hand in case I can't win this battle.
What I am thinking of doing is running their internet connection into my switch stack in order to get from MPOE to contractor cubicles. (company will not pay for cabling) I obviously need a separate IP scope for this VLAN. My thoughts on this are that I should be able to make it work with a unique IP scope, a static route and maybe a couple of ACLs.
Short version:new network on my equipment, separate ISP/gateway, unique IP scope, new vlan, no intervlan routing.