I am in a somewhat exotic scenario, and trying to figure out if what I want is possible.
We are allocated a public network: 126.96.36.199/24.
We have got two networks : Office (188.8.131.52/26) and Dev (184.108.40.206/26). Both networks include their own gateways. We do not run any NAT whatsoever.
I have bought an ASA 5505 and would like to set it up so that remote users can set-up a VPN using AnyConnect, and that they get put in one of the two networks.(note: This could be a choice upon connection, but I already confirmed that I can use our Radius server to force this based on specific group membership).
My first 'problem' is that we do not have any concept of 'inside' or 'outside' networks, everything is public IP, and computers are protected by access lists on our Cat3750.
I started by picking one of our two networks and designating that as 'office' (instead of 'internal'), assigned a free IP in that network, made sure it was reachable from the internet. For this I had to set up a static route to the Office gateway (220.127.116.11). After setting up the certificates etc I was able to log in with the AnyConnect client. The client then also uses 18.104.22.168 as the default gateway. So far so good.
Now I add another vlan interface fro use with the Dev network. I also assign a free IP from that network. Now I am stuck. If I connect to that IP my traffic is routed via the other network because of the static routes.
My question is hence: it is possible to connect the ASA to two different public networks, have clients connect to it, and have all their traffic run through those networks?
I hope my story makes sense, if not please ask ;-)