troubleshooting Question

VPN Tunnel, but destination has end to end firewall

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Greetings,

I have a situation and was wondering if some one could help me out.

A client wants to connect to our network via a VPN tunnel. He's got a cisco router and wants to establish a vpn tunnel to our pix. Apparently, he's done this multiple times. I don't have an issue with that.

What I'm wondering about is the barricade which is the ISA 2004. I would like to know how do I configure both the PIX and the ISA to play well with each other, in terms of packets originating from and destined for the client's side? How do packets behave when dropped on this side of the tunnel on the inside of the PIX?

The client needs to reach into our corporate LAN to a server on a specific port. Once there, he wishes to print a report which needs to be printed on his printer at his desk. I understand the established traffic going back for his application, but the print jobs?

How does one go about accomplishing this feat?

Any and all help is appreciated.
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