Cisco ASA interfaces in same network?

I have been asked if its possible to place two separate interfaces for the same Cisco ASA into the same network. For example, Outside1 192.168.0.1/24 and Outside2 192.168.0.2/24.

Logic tells me this shouldn't be done, I can think of plenty of problems this could cause. However, the question was raised and I need to know if its even possible. Since I do not have a spare available, I thought I would ask.
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qbakiesCommented:
No you can't.
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