Are you planning to put any servers in the DMZ which are accessed by internet? Normal Practice is the network between two firewalls or two routers will be configured as DMZ. In the first firewall(Linksys in your case) will allow the traffic for the Servers which are in DMZ from Internet and the second firewall will restrict. At the same time inside people are(ie behind your second firewall PIX 501) will be able to access the Internet.
If you want to restrict the people from inside to access the specific networks or ports you can configure in your second firewall.
How are you connecting to Internet? Is it through broadband or any T1 line? If you have any manageable router we can put access lists in that router and we can make the network between your firewall and router as DMZ. This will remove Linksys firewall.
I strongly suggest that don't put wireless access point in between firewalls(because inside user will be connected to this access point). Put behind the second firewall.
I might be giving solution without knowing your requirement. If your requirement is different than above let me know we can work on it.
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I want to have a Web server in the DMZ. I am connecting through a cable modem. My other routers (2600s), I use them to create additional networks behind the firewall. (I want to play with RIP and such).
The wireless access point is to give my sister Internet access upstairs. She doesn't need any sort of other access... that's why I want to put the access point in the DMZ
So I will go ahead and get the PIX. If I need some help..... i will surely post and hope that you respond. :)
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