Automatic disconnection of GP according to user activity

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Automatic disconnection of GP according to user activity

L3 Networker



I have a requirement where two scenario, Branch office and Head Office.


++Branch office has Sophos firewall and Head office have Palo alto firewall.

++Branch office users are enforced with using Global Protect when they are outside of the organization that is BO(Work From Home). Which the GP will directly connect with HO.

++When the same user is entering the premises that is (LAN) of the Branch Office, since they are entering different network their GP needs to disable automatically since the GP is enforced.

++What could be the possible way that when a user Gets to the Branch office and their GP gets disabled and once they leave the organization GP needs to be enforced. What could be the possibilities.


Share the same here so that it will be helpful for me.



Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite


You will want to configure an Internal setting for Global Protect. Also while I'm sure there are reasons, why not just have them VPN in from the branch? This way they are in a zero trust methodology, i.e. they cannot talk directly to each other and the traffic must flow via the PAN.

General page for Global Protect:

Configure Internal Global Protect policy:



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