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How can I get the number of concurent connections on my Cisco PIX firewall.

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I have a very old Pix the IOS is about 4 years old now. We are looking to replace the PIX with a newer firewall however I need to see how many concurent connections are taking place though the firewall in order to see what my needs may be. Can anyone give me the command(s) that can show me what I need to know? Thanks for the help.
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