Global Protect Certificate based authentication or Ldap Authentication

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Global Protect Certificate based authentication or Ldap Authentication

Planning to implement a certificate-based authentication method in Global protect VPN in some of the iPad. All other clients should be able to log in just using with LDAP(username/password). The customer doesn’t have GP Portal license. Can we achieve this on 8.1.x PAN-OS with two client authentication profile? Anyone did this one 8.1.X OS?


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Dear @MickBall @MichaelBall ,

 

Thanks a lot for the correct information.

 

Thanking you

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you will need the GlobalProtect subscription for iPad connection (Mobile devices). also... you cannot mix cert and ldap auth on the same portal unless the iPad is using both to authenticate.

 

you could just use the gateway to connect via native client but you will not get the full benefits of GlobalProtect.

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Dear @MichaelBall ,

Thanks for the reply, Can we use certificate or LDAP on the same portal. some clients are iPad's (should be authenticated through certificate)and others are laptops that need to authenticate via LDAP username and password. I try one by one and it's working fine in a single portal. I need to know whether this can be achieved in a single portal with two authentication profiles?

 

Thanks in advance,

Robin

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Dear @MickBall @MichaelBall ,

 

Thanks a lot for the correct information.

 

Thanking you

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