Can any one explain the difference between the ip pools
a) Global protect / gateways ... external gateway / agent / Client ip pool
b) Global protect / gateways ... external gateway / agent / client setting / ip pool
a) I can't reference an object .. thats annoying
b) I get the pool is just for that setup, I do like having 1 pool of the gateway.
Currently I have a object defined which is a range which is attached to b), but I am thinking of moving to a) so that I can have different configs but just 1 ip pool
whats the use case for these different setups
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@Alex_Samad , Hi.
I can reference a) Global protect / gateways ... external gateway / agent / Client ip pool
/Network/GlobalProtect/Gateways/Agent/Client settings/Configs/IP pools
But I cannot find b) Global protect / gateways ... external gateway / agent / client setting / ip pool
click network on top tab
global / protect
<select an external gateway>
Select agent on the left
across the top you should have
Client IP Pool <<< This is A
Select client setting
you have a table of configs
<select a config>
across the top is ip pools << This is B
There are two options so that you can either specify a general IP pool for the GP gateway or specific IP pools for example for different OS, user(groups) and/or source IPs/regions.
As long as a general IP pool is configured the IP pool option in the client setting is greyed out.
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