How do I configure a Static to Dynamic VPN between a Pix 501 and a Linksys RVS4000?

I'm trying to configure a site-to-site VPN between a Pix 501 at the corporate site and a RVS4000 at the home user's site.  The home user receives DHCP from the ISP and it isn't cost effective to pay for a static address (there will be 50+ users once we get it working).  I am able to setup a static site-to-site between the device, but how do I allow for a dynamic address in the Pix config?

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arnoldCommented:
Do not set a peer-address requirement on the VPN configuration on the PIX.
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PrhymeAuthor Commented:
Arnold, how do I go about doing that? The ASDM requires a peer address in the VPN wizard and I'm not sure how else to configure it.  I'm an expert when it comes to programming Cisco routers from the CLI, but my Cisco specific VPN knowledge is pretty sketchy.
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PrhymeAuthor Commented:
I'm reading through that Cisco doc right now.  It looks like it should work.  I will try applying it tonight and see what happens.

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wilsjCommented:
Good Luck.
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arnoldCommented:
Instead of doing a site to site VPN, setup a remote VPN.
You need to remote user to access the LAN in the office and not from the office to the user's LAN.
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PrhymeAuthor Commented:
Thanks!
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