Re: Pix 535 - How do you determine which slot your interfaces ar
On PIX 7.x and 8.x, you can look at the output of 'show interface'. The first number in the interface name will denote the slot number (i.e. Ethernet1/0 is the first interface in slot number 1).
I don't have a PIX running 6.x to look at, but try looking through the output of 'show version'. If you have physical access to the device, you can determine the slot number just by examining the unit. Here is a diagram that shows the slot numbers:
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