We need the configuration from both sides of the tunnel. just displaying one side wouldn't give us enough information for a problem.
Most likely its not going to be a problem on the RVS4000 since we are have limited configuration/options we can change. if the other router is a enterprise device i would call tac and open a case. I had similar case where Cisco 871 had a asynchronous routing configured and was causing similar problem.
Looking at your traffic selection for the remote security group i see you using /12 which is a huge amount of traffic selection to send across the tunnel and would affect how Internet access to certain sites behind RVS. normally this will only include /24 maybe a /21 for larger networks.
Please provide more details so we can find a solution or point you in the right direction like opening a case with TAC.
I know the problem will be over on IOS router configuration as we have limited amount of information we can change in the small business. it would be good to get a case started with TAC and after they review settings have them to 3 way SBSC and we'll work together to get this issue resolved for you.
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