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Global Protect redundancy

L4 Transporter

Hello Experts


I have two ISP links. How can I make Global Protect connection redundant, means if ISP1 is down then it will connect to ISP2. 






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L4 Transporter

Hello Ghostrider,


You can do this by creating two Global Protect gateways and set the priority on them to be different. By default Global Protect will connect to the gateway that responds the fastest.


hope this helps,


Thanks. Do you have any article or video on this. Can I do like making one loopback and terminate the global protect on this?

Thank you

Hi Team, 


Heres an alternative way to achieve the same thing without creating extra Portals or Gateways.



best regards, 


Robert D 

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