troubleshooting Question

Static route

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Set up is this [ISP router]----[my 2691]--[outside switch]--[pix]--[inside switch]--LAN
from the 2600 back is mine.  I set the pix to route outside using the 2600 e0 IP address.
I wanted to set a static route on the router to the inside interface IP of the Pix.  I thought I would need to have the router no routes that aren't directly connected.  I'm not using NAT and I do have an ACL to ping for testing. I can ping from the inside switch to the outside switch but cant ping the router and vice versa.
My router:              Pix:
s0 141.32.x.2          In 199.54.2.2
e0 192.168.2.1       Out 192.168.2.2

I tried using: ip route 199.54.2.2 255.255.255.0 192.168.2.2 on the router because it isn’t directly connected to my router.  I have route outside 0 0 192.168.2.1 on the Pix. And the default gateway on the router is the ISP.  I cant get to the router from inside and vice versa
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