Continuation of my previous firewall question

hi lrmoore

U had given me this command to configure the PIX 525.

  route inside 10.225.250.x <== the IP address of the 3550 switch

I believe this command  is for  having a route to the inside network.
The IP address of the the 3550 switch is and the inside interface of the PIX is

I am a bit confused abt this. Can u please clarify this command in accordance with my scenario in the router/switch section.

Also I would like to know how to set telnet password on the PIX
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You need two internal routes. That was for demonstration purposes before we had all the information.

 route inside
 route inside

Any progress? Are you still working on this? Do you need more information?

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Kevin_JAuthor Commented:
Thank You so much lrmoore and sorry for the delay in replying . I have other questions to ask regarding the PIX for which I will post a different question.
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