then you will be using different addresses for traffic going to the different ISP.
You may be able to use policy based routing to do something like route web traffic one way and other traffic the other, to make sure a single connection always went the same way, or a CSS "backwards" to spread http traffic such that connections to the same places go the same way, but if you want to really load balance, you need to just use one address blobk both ways.
The simple answer is yes, but we are getting into complex situations here.
To use GLBP to load balance your connectivity out to the internet you need to be using one address blok, and that needs to be routed via both ISPs. ISP2 may not let you advertise a block of addresses from ISP1.
You also need to look at your connectivity. If you are using NAT, you need to look at using a single logical device to handle the NAT - that can be a resilient pair of firewalls for example, that talk to each other and keep each other aware of NAT translations so that a packet hitting either firewall on the return path will be understood.
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