To accomplish this you will need u-turn configuration, to define when the packets from the VPN client ingress to the outside interface, they won't try to find the destination on the inside interface therefore we will need to define this:
1. This command will enable U-turning on the ASA:
IP local pool VPN_Client_IPs 192.168.11.0-192.168.11.0 mask 255.255.255.0
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