I currently have a Cisco 4506 doing inter vlan routing for about 30 networks. I have a default route pointing towards a ASA5520, and a default route to our edge router then to ISP1. I have a network on my LAN that needs to be routed out another ISP, ISP2. It is a vlan for about 50 PC's that the public use, and i need them to be routed out ISP2 for content filtering services. Ideally i would like for them to be going through our ASA5520 but apparently an ASA can only have one default route. I've also looked at having a PIX501 but i couldn't get the two networks to communicate with each other. What if i was to set up a route map saying 10.0.0.0 /16 go to ASA/ISP1 and 192.168.250.0 /24go to PIX/ISP2, would that work? Would the 10 network and the 192 network still be able to communicate with each other but still have separate internet connections?