First off, your static is wrong, you can't "move the inside IP to the outside", remove that.
Second, make your VPN IP address pool a part of your internal subnet, not your outside. Or just make it say, 10.1.1.1-10.1.1.254, as long as your internal network routes the 10.1.1.0 network back to the PIX it'll work fine.
Third, change ACL 101 to reflect traffic to the new VPN address pool. It'll define traffic from 213.212.x.0 to whatever the VPN pool of addresses is.
Fourth, make sure your VPN client is connecting to the outside address, not the inside. You will never be able to connect up a VPN to the inside interface of a PIX from a host on the outside.
Other than that you should be good to go. If it still doesn't work please include the output of a "debug cry ipsec" and "debug cry isa" on the PIX when you try a connection.
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