I'm looking for some guidance as to how I should configure my network for policy based routing using 2 ISP's. I recently bought a 1941 router to sit between my ASA and the 2 ISP routers (one ISP being the old and the other being the new). One of my main questions is how my vlan's should be setup. Currently, I have a vlan for hosts on my internal network, let's call it vlan1, a security vlan, which is basically the internal address of my ASA, let's call that vlan2, and an outside vlan for the interface on the ASA configured for the current isp, let's call that vlan3 (I also have a voice vlan for my phone system but i don't think i need to worry about that right now). My main question is, should the internal interface on the 1941 router be on the same vlan as vlan2 or should I create a new vlan for the new router? I would like to keep my ASA config the same but I'm wondering if I will need to make changes on the ASA based on how the traffic will be routed now. I believe I have the steps figured out to setup the PBR, but I'm just a bit unsure on how to handle the rest of the topology config. Any additional guidance would be appreciated. I can put together a Visio document to help simplify my network topology if this doesn't make sense. Thanks!