We have a main offfice and remote office on different ISP's - both behind ASA-5510s. Main office is a 192.168.200.xxx subnet, remote office is 192.168.210.xxx. Offices were connected through a point to point vpn on the ASAs. We now have a direct layer 2 connection between the locations so we can connect without the VPN (connection will be behind the ASA's directly from switch to switch). My question is if both offices are on the same internal subnet (192.168.200.xxx) and the ASA's have different ISP's (and public addresses) will it work to set the main office systems to ASA #1 (and ISP #1) for the gateway for all internet traffic and the remote office systems to ASA #2 (and ISP #2) for their internet traffic? What I want is all WAN traffic for the main office coming and going through ASA and ISP #1 and all WAN traffic to and from the remote office coming and going through ASA and ISP #2, but all LAN traffic on the same 192.168.200.xxx subnet. Thanks!