So your remote users currently connect to the VPN via 203.189.x.x and you want to move them to a different interface? Does this new interface connect directly to the internet?
If this is the case then this is not possible because you would need a default route on your ASA to reach all the remote access clients. Since the ASA only supports one active default route you are limited to use the interface that connects to the internet.
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