How do I configure a Cisco PIX 501 to allow a passthrough VPN to a RRAS using the ip address of the outside interface using the PDM?

I need to know how to configure a Cisco PIX 501 to allow a passthrough VPN to a RRAS using the ip address of the outside interface using the PDM?  If Instructions for using the PDM are not available, than configuration instructions using the CLI would be acceptable as well, but not preferred.
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Michael WorshamStaff Infrastructure ArchitectCommented:
Configuring the Cisco Secure PIX Firewall to Use PPTP
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/vpndevc/ps2030/products_configuration_example09186a0080143a5d.shtml

Permitting PPTP/L2TP Connections Through the PIX/ASA
http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/110/pix_pptp.html
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TechGuy1984Author Commented:
We need to make a VPN that will go from the outside interface of our PIX and go directly to one particular server.  This way the remote user would be directed to one particular location on our network and he/she would not have access to other materials.   Correct me if I am wrong but from what I have read, my best guess would be to use PPTP to create a VPN tunnel from the remote user to the inside interface of the particular server.  If this is the case how would I do this configuration using the PDM?  
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myin68Commented:
In order for a PPTP solution to work for more than 1 concurrent user, you need to have more than 1 public IP address.  Do you have that?
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_m3Rlin_Commented:
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TechGuy1984Author Commented:
I spoke with Cisco over the phone.  As it turns out, there is no way to create a passthrough VPN using the outside interface of the PIX and then having it be redirected to another internal IP.  It would not be a VPN it would be a form of port redirection and this is not what we were looking for.  We ended up having to scrap that project.  Thanks anyway everyone.
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