I have two routers, each connected to a different internet provider, with each having their own subnet. Both are accessible over the same LAN cabling (i.e. all devices are on the same Ethernet switch).
I also use Macs, where I can easily set up separate "Locations", which define a logical set of network interfaces. For each Location, I can then define the ethernet interface to use either the one or the other router (not using DHCP, of course).
How do I achieve a similar effect in Windows 10?
I'd like to set up different IPv4 interfaces, each talking to one of the routers, and then I'd have some easy-to-use control that lets me choose which one I want to use now.