Visio Firewall Rule Symbols

I want to create a Visio diagram to better display the firewall rules I've set up on my Cisco PIX 500 series of Firewall equipment.  Other than the cutesy wall with a fire, are there any other useful Visio stencils out there that would help with this?  I really want an easy-to-read 'picture' format.

I have downloaded Cisco ConfigMaker, but that doesn't support PIX equipment.

Can anyone provide me with maybe a VSD diagram that they have used to accomplish the task?

Thanks ... !
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Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
the standard pix icon looks like an arrow against a line (where a router is a four way arrow) in a blue disk

|    /|
| <  |
|   \ |

They are usually in a left to right or a right to left - the only other Cisco PIX visio stuff Ive seen are the actuall PIX models with the ports on
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canadienseAuthor Commented:
I've got all the Cisco stencils from this list ... I'm more interested in displaying the firewall RULES that are running on my PIX via a nice Visio diagram.  There's gotta be some sort of standard that the Cisco people use, other than just a printout of the 'show config' on the PIX.  Isn't there?
Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
NO not really - you can snapshot the PDM rules page but other than that Ive never needed to pictorially show rules
canadienseAuthor Commented:
THanks ...

You see, I've got all these tertiary domain names now ( - probably over a hundred of 'em! - that come through our PIX's and then get NAT'ed in weird and wonderful ways, and it's getting a little much managing them in a spreadsheet, but I guess that's the only way?
Here's my version - maybe not for 300 rules though.

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canadienseAuthor Commented:
That's nice!  Good ideas.  I'm going to do the same.
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