Since you have tunneall, on the PC from where you connect, it will always send it through a VA(Virtual Adapter) that the SSL client creates, that seems to be fine, the traffic for the new IP addresses should be getting to the VPN gateway(ISA550w appliance), and from there router to the pertinent IP addresses, first off make sure that the VPN traffic is reaching the destination and then there should be a route, for the traffic coming back to the VPN IP addresses assigned, so if there is a router behind add the route for it, and set u a fw monitor, so we can see the traffic traversing on both directions,
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