Does your PIX have a route to the two workstation networks (10.1.0.0 and 10.0.0.0)?
I assume you're using a regular ping (ping 10.10.10.1) from the switch to ping the PIX. In this case, the switch likely sources the ping from the 10.10.10.0 network, which is directly connected to the PIX so the PIX has a route. However, you will need some method for the PIX to know of the route to the other networks (whether static or dynamic).
Every device needs a route to networks other than the ones to which it is directly connected. Most end stations get a route via a default gateway (as in the case of your workstations). Your PIX will also need a route to any network that it is not directly connected to. You have several options that will depend on your particular setup, but the most likely are:
1) Add two static route statements to the PIX (one for each Workstation network...pointing to the VLAN 5 SVI of the switch as the next-hop)
2) Add a default route statement to the PIX pointing to the VLAN 5 SVI of the switch (probably not as useful; depending on your set-up, you'll probably want a default route to something upstream of the PIX)
3) Use a routing protocol on your internal network to distribute routes (may not be as useful if this is the extent of your network)
Given only the info provided, I'd suggest adding two static route statements to the PIX. That is the low-cost solution.
Update: Our replies crossed - no problems! Feel free to holler if anything else pops up!
This is actually a pretty cool feature, i didn't even know it existed until I was looking for a solution to advertise a subnet (prefix in BGP talk), only if a certain condition existed. This is exactly what conditional advertisements does
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