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Cisco PIX does not show as a hop during traceroute

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I think this is by design, but when I do a traceroute through a Cisco PIX (ver6.3.4) it does not list the PIX as a "hop".  Does ver 7 keep this same design?  And is there a way to force it to show as a hop.
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Forgot to add this :-) But it is there in the link though.

In pix 7.0, if you don't have nat enabled then it will be like a router and you'll be able to see pix interfaces for 'traceroute' outputs.

Cheers,
Rajesh
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