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Deepnet 2-factor Authentication

L3 Networker

Hi Everyone,

I have a client that is migrating to Palo Alto firewalls.  I'll be implementing Global Protect SSL VPN replacing the existing Cisco Anyconnect.

The client utilizes DeepNet 2-factor authentication for SSL VPN.  I was wondering if anyone had any experience implementing RADIUS authentication with DeepNet?

Do VSAs need to be setup on the DeepNet RADIUS server or can existing groups be used?

Thanks for any help.

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L3 Networker

VSAs are required only when authenticating admin logins to the device, not for Global Protect or Captive Portal.  As long as your RADIUS server supports plain text, unencrypted authentication it should work.  I don't have any specific information on Deepnet.

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L3 Networker

VSAs are required only when authenticating admin logins to the device, not for Global Protect or Captive Portal.  As long as your RADIUS server supports plain text, unencrypted authentication it should work.  I don't have any specific information on Deepnet.

Thanks Jim.  That clears things up.

I've just started that project and for some reason the RADIUS is having issues but I'm working with the vendor to solve it.  I'll post how well Deepnet works with Palo Alto once I finish this up.

L3 Networker

FYI in case anyone else has to setup Deepnet for 2 factor auth.

The RADIUS issues were solved by Deepnet.  They had to change something but I'm not sure what but it didn't seem like a big deal to them.  After that the RADIUS authentication worked flawlessly.

I now have the Deepnet 2 factor setup as well as LDAP login (dual login) and the AD group passes through once I added the NetBIOS name to the RADIUS Auth configuration.  I've tested that security policies utilizing AD groups works.

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