Link-local IPv6 Address . . . . . : fe80::5efe:192.168.1.10%13(Preferred)
That's not a legal IPv6 address format. A textually-embedded IPv4 address in an IPv6 literal is valid only in two /96 subnets of ::/80. Micro$oft definently screwed up if they think otherwise.
Looks to me as if you've got a wrong address on the wrong interface. Why is any 2001:470:27:19f::/64 address appearing on your wireless interface? A single address from that subnet should be ONLY on the tunnel interface. See what it does to your routing table? That's why nothing goes out.