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Cisco PIX 506E working with a cisco wrvs4400 wireless

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I have to setup a cisco wrvs4400 wireless to work with a Cisco PIX 506E firewall.
Is their any special parameters that need to be done.

I am only setting this up for wirless
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I wouldn't expect any special parms will be required. Just add the acls for what you are allowing to and from the wrvs to the pix. If you wireless clients will be on a different subnet you will need to add a route statement for that - then you should be good to go.

If this doesn't fully answer your question please provide more information. Whee will the wrvs be deployed relative to the pix?  inside device? dmz device? etc.
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