You are probably complicating things here with your 2nd nic. I dont Windows will understand what you are trying to do with the different networks, then you have to use the routing tool in windows and it gets ugly.
Leave your VLAN's, routing, etc up to the switches. Let them handle the traffic, tagging and where it should go. Trying to do it off the physical NIC is not that great VOIP. You can end up with one way audio. (audio being sent, but not recieved because of the "gateway" nics you have setup)
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