VPN connection disrupts mapped ports on Cisco RV082

When I connect to my Cisco RV082 VPN router from the outside, the VPN connection works fine except I lose connection to a system inside the firewall via a mapped port (firewall hole).  The mapped port I am using is 18835 which has nothing to do with the range of the VPN.  When I close the VPN connection, the communication through the mapped port resumes fine.  Any help would be appreciated.
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Erik BjersPrincipal Systems AdministratorCommented:
you need to enable split tunneling or allow access to local lan


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onemorecokeAuthor Commented:
How do enable split tunneling  when using the Windows 7 Miniport PPTP client?

And, since doing split tunneling is a client function, why should split tunneling help the VPN router itself?  When I am connected to the VPN router, it is denying other clients to connect to the computer inside the firewall?

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