I'm trying to set up two different VPN relying on two different accounts on the same Linux (Linux Mint 20.2 Uma, base: Ubuntu 20.04 focal), but I'm having some issues.
From what I understood (as the VPN rely on different emails) I need to create different portals.
I have already one portal setup on my laptop using GlobalProtect, but when when I try to follow the commands indicated here https://docs.paloaltonetworks.com/globalprotect/5-3/globalprotect-app-user-guide/globalprotect-app-f...) I get the following error:
$ globalprotect connect --portal XXXXXX
Cannot parse your input. The valid CLI commands that you can now use are:
So it seems that the 'connect' command is not recognized. How so?
I'm using GlobalProtect version 5.3.1-36
Hi @mgabriel ,
The PanGPLinux package contains both UI and non-UI versions.
If I recall correctly the "globalprotect connect" option is not available in the UI package.
Hope this helps,
Hi @mgabriel ,
I'm assuming the client certificate was created by the CA.
Verify that the certificate is installed properly in the globalprotect directory.
I would turn on debugging and check if PanGPS.log can provide some additional information on why it failed to connect.
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