configure two nics on differant networks

Hi guys, due to having only a 10gbs pipe right now( we're in the process of upgrading to 50) what I'm trying to do, is configure one nic to go out to the internet over our backup ISP, and the other nic to be able to communicate with networked servers, what I'm trying to accomplish is: downloading all updates for a sccm deployment, without killing our bandwidth for our LAN, but I still need the updates to go to our sql server on the LAN. Any suggestions?
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Don KlahnSystem AdminAuthor Commented:
A bit more info, I can connect to the internet through the back up isp, and also path out to network shares manually, but cannot get sccm to connect to the site, all databases are on our sql server, if I disable the nic connected to the backup isp, I am able to get sccm to connect
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
You need to create static routes for the data that will be going down each tunnel.

Will.
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