This is a follow up question from one of my other posts. We are using PAN-OS 7.1.15 and GP client 4.1.
We are moving to Okta as our IDP for our applications. When logging into Okta it recognizes your client public IP and we have policy based on that. When we connect to Global Protect first and then log into Okta the traffic goes outside of our VPN tunnel (because we have internal network entries in the access routes - split tunneling). I believe I understand that.
We need all Okta.com traffic to traverse through our VPN tunnel and use our specific static public IP (when connected to VPN).
It appears to me that this function is only available after upgrade to 8.1?
Could anyone agree or confirm?
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If you can get a list of the IPs used by Okta, you can set that up in PAN-OS 7.1.15 with your split tunnel mechanism. Minemeld may have something for that as well.
If that is not practical or even not possible at all, tunnel splitting by app is new in 8.1 and cannot be set in 8.0 and older.
Okta IP adresses you can find here: https://support.okta.com/help/Documentation/Knowledge_Article/Configuring-Firewall-Whitelisting-8994...
Quite a few, but it could work to configure all of them as global protect routes
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