Since updating Global Protect client, I can no longer connect to VPN. I can successfully connect to all our other sites.
I’ve tried connecting on the OSX client & Windows Client.
System logs suggest login succeeded.
See screenshot attached of failure notice.
GlobalProtect Logs show below.
Nov 03 19:45:45:53609 Debug( 308): SSL connect failed
Nov 03 19:45:45:53861 Debug( 59): detailed SSL error info:
Nov 03 19:45:45:53883 Debug( 781): connect() failed
Nov 03 19:45:45:53976 Info (4197): ConnectSSL: Failed to connect to '18.20.13.x:443'
Nov 03 19:45:45:54010 Debug(5101): Show Gateway VPN Access Gateway 1: Could not connect to the GlobalProtect gateway. Please contact your IT administrator.
Nov 03 19:45:45:54069 Info (4233): ConnectSSL(FALSE) failed
Nov 03 19:45:45:54080 Info (4652): SendNReceive() failed.
Nov 03 22:48:55:539688 Error(4718): NetworkDiscoverThread: failed to discover external network.
Nov 03 22:48:55:539694 Debug(4730): Network discovery failed, set error as Could not connect to the GlobalProtect gateway. Please contact your IT administrator.
Nov 03 22:48:55:539699 Debug(5720): --Set state to Disconnected
I’ve refreshed the connection & manually added the portal back in to the client. Still doesn’t connect.
Also tried to reinstall GP.
Software Version - 8.1.11
GlobalProtect Agent - 5.0.5
What version od PAN-OS is installed on the other (working) gateways? Did I understand correctly that you have connection problems on both windows and mac?
The logs below could also show general connection problems as not even network discovery seems to be working. Did you try to connect from another (source)network?
Just wanted to let everyone know that if they are having any GlobalProtect issues, and need to troubleshoot the issue, our Very own @kiwi has written a great blog all about troubleshooting GlobalProtect.
Be sure to check it out here:
We had many cases with this problem. This error is usually seen when the GlobalProtect client is upgraded, but GP is not installed correctly. And the general uninstalling/reinstalling doesn't help in this case.
This KB should fix the issue.
Error: Failed to find PANGP virtual adapter interface when connecting to GlobalProtect
Hope this helps!
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