My company started to use global protect, but it gives me an issue. I can access any website normally in the office, however, at my home, I can only access certain websites such as Facebook or Apple, other websites such as Google and the company's internal server can't be accessed, browser (chrome) will return ERR_TIMED_OUT. Other browsers are also unable to connect to the sites.
Slow down is also observed when using global protect at home when accessing the accessible website. I tried changing DNS but it didn't solve the problem either. I tried looking at the log but can't make any sense out of it.
Any advice is appreciated. Thank You.
You haven't given us much information to go on, but based on what you've typed the first place I would look at are my policies. Filter the traffic logs out by source and destination IP, and see if there is a policy that is allowing access. If so, start checking into the log details.
Post your findings here as well. I understand you may not be quite familiar with the logs yet, but they could help us out in diagnosing the problem!
Thank You so much for replying,
These are the files that are exported by the global protect. Could you kindly guide me on where to start looking from regarding the policies and traffics?
My apologies, I should have been clearer. The logs and other details that I was mentioning are on the firewall. Are you the administrator? If not, I suggest you let them know the issues you are having so that they can investigate the firewall logs.
Thank You very much for the prompt reply, I will try sitting together with the network team and point out your suggestions. Hopefully, it can be troubleshot. I will update the progress later.
Thank You very much for the help.
I have my IT team came to check my home connection and had them talk to my ISP. There're some policies that block the connection, however, nothing can be done on both sides.
So in the end I changed my ISP and it works now. It's quite a hassle to do that though. Also, a friend of mine who recently change to my previous ISP also experience the same thing.
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