I need to configure my PIX, ISA and Websense for websense remote filtering

I need help configuring\opening firewalls to allow Websense Remote filtering. So far, I have not been successful. I have a Websense Server configured and installed with the Remote filtering software. I can communicate with the internal Filtering server. My setup is as follows - look all the down

   ISA ---- Remote Filtering Server
Inside Network

How do I send traffic from the internet on port 8181 to the Remote filtering server on the 3rd leg DMZ  off of the ISA firewall? There is no router between the PIX and the ISA
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Keith AlabasterEnterprise ArchitectCommented:
On ISA, Create a new protocol for tcp port 8181.
Publish a non-web server on ISA, select the IP address of the remote monitoring box and select the protocol you created, and to listen on the external interface.

Make sure that port 8181 tcp is being forwarded from the pix to the ISA external interface.


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