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need to setup pix 501 to allow and forward https trafic to a web server on the inside interface

I have a pix 501 that i want to put in front of my https web server on the inside interface. this is a 501 so it dosent have a dmz like all the examples i have seen to this. It has outside and inside interfaces. i can ping the outside address and can browse the internet from inside interface so all is working except for the https forwarding. Any suggestions comments or solutions are welcomed expecialy the correct commands.
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Damm your good!!!!!

I've been trying to do this for a week and i popped in you commands with my ip's and it worked like a charm out of heaven. One thing i don't get is why the pix makes u have to use 255.255.255.255 as the net mask even thought my inside lan  has 255.255.255.0 as the netmask. ur getting the points but i am curious as to why. this is what kept throwing me off!!! please reply if u know.
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good way of putting it. it does make sense a little more sense now. Good job i can see why you second on the hall of fame. Let's get you that first spot!!
:)  Glad to assist!