I'm trying to setup globalprotect where once a user successfully logs in, they pull an IP from our dedicated, internal DHCP server with all the DHCP options. So essentially, setup Palo Alto for a DHCP relay for the GlobalProtect clients. I was trying to do this, but the Tunnel Interface I'm using for the GlobalProtect network doesn't have an IP and doesn't show up when trying to configure a DHCP relay. Is there anyway to do this? Thank you.
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