What are you trying to accomplish? It is fully possible to use the software VPN client to connect to a PIX 501, however, not the other way around (from the PIX 501 to a software VPN client). This is since the client simply is just a client and don't have the "daemon"-functions included.
And no, if I haven't misunderstood your question, there is no PIX that will work in such scenario.
Also note that the PIX 501 has limitations on the number of concurrent VPN-sessions.
Thanks for your answer. Actually I realize by reading your response that I worded my question wrong.
What version of the Cisco software client would I use in order to connect to a PIX at a small office?
I am currently using NetScreen 5XP's for this application. However I would like to go with a PIX solution because we are purchasing a bunch of Cisco gear for a Data Center buildout. Also, because IOS still rules.
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