My office has two internet connections and two routers and two networks. One network is used for the Internet connect and has great speeds. The second network runs our IP phones and is a backup internet connection - the speed is slow and is reserved for backup internet and IP phones only because the phones don't work well when we use them with the internet on that network at the same time.
I want to combine the two networks to minimise the cabling, make maintenance easier and reduce the fail points in our networks. There are some requirements though. I need to ensure the Internet will be drawn from the Internet router and the IP phones will go via the IP phone router and I'd prefer to do it with hardware over software like Speedify so I can ensure it will work regardless of the device connected to the network and regardless of the setup of each device.
It's like bridging via Windows network settings but I need to have control over how things are dealt with.
Devices that connect to both networks include, HP printers, Mac and Windows computers, Cisco IP phones, iOS and Android devices and smart TVs