Exclude a Single IP from tunneling (Split Tunneling)

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L2 Linker

Exclude a Single IP from tunneling (Split Tunneling)

Hi,

i can't figure out how to exclude a single IP-Address from tunneling over GlobalProtect. I actually see only the possibility to include single IP's or whole Subnets into tunneling.

So what i'm trying to do is to exclude for example the IP 192.168.1.10 from tunneling. But the rest of this subnet should be tunneled. Does anyone know a solution?

Kind Regards.


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L5 Sessionator

Currently there is no way to create an exclude list for GP. However there is already a Feature Request filed for it FR ID: 3483. I will encourage you to get in touch with your Local SE so he can add you to the list as well.


Thank you

Numan

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L6 Presenter

Well I don't think there is a way to write an exclude ip inside access route.To add all ip addresses except for 192.168.1.10 will not be easy.(will take time)

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L5 Sessionator

Currently there is no way to create an exclude list for GP. However there is already a Feature Request filed for it FR ID: 3483. I will encourage you to get in touch with your Local SE so he can add you to the list as well.


Thank you

Numan

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L4 Transporter

Hello vertical

We know that there is no option as of now but if we employ security rules such that a particular IP cannot access internal resources ( deny as action ) and the rest to allow the resources. This way though they can have the GP tunnel established we can restrict the access.

Thanks

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