So we're rolling out IPv6 to our network, one thought that just crossed my mind is what kind/if any support for IPv6 does GlobalProtect have?
An issue I see is when we start listed AAAA records for internal servers in DNS, external VPN users will get those responses and will try to access those directly (and be denied) unless I can route them over the tunnel.
I currently get an error adding a IPv6 range to the gateway config thought I can add an access route to the config for an IPv6 block but after some brief testing it doesn't make it to the client.
GlobalProtect does not support IPv6.
I wanted to continue to on this thread as it's somewhat related.
We have PA-3020 running PAN-ON 6.1.10
We have encountered problems with our staff member who is unable to connect to our Global Protect portal.
Up on investigation we found that the ISP issues IPv6 address(!)
When the individual goes to "whats my ip" in google, the IP address that shows up is a long IPv6 address and the ISP shows as "Google"
However, when he goes to other website, http://www.whatsmyip.org/ that shows IPv4
We had a look at our logs, and we can see connection attempts from IPv4 provided.
There is nothing out of ordinary, there are even packets exchanged.
However the user is unable to connect.
We asked him to create an AP from his phone and connect this way and that worked.
Can somebody elaborate on the issues we are experiencing?
If I were to go to the ISP what should I tell them ? So far, according to them everything works...
The ISP of the end user is UPC and the IPv6 is provided by the ISP to the ISP provided router.
test ipv6 results:
ISP gives out only IPv6 or IPv6 and IPv4 both?
Both I guess.
Can user uncheck "IPv6 checkbox" under adapter settings and try then?
IPv6 is disabled on PA, we haven't enabled it.
What IP address would i give it to the interface? I'd say I'd have to obtain one from ISP before I could enable it on the PA right ?
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