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How to port forward a Cisco Pix 501

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hello,
I am new to this cisco world.
i need to do something simple.
I need to port forward (i think that it is what it is called )
I need all requests to port X to goto a box on my internal lan.
I have done this before with the cheapo LinkSys/Dlink types but with the cisco it does not seem obvious
I tried command line and the java Applet GUI, but i want to make sure i am doing it correctly
Thanks
Randy
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