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GlobalProtect - failed to allow *.google.com through the VPN

L2 Linker

hello everyone

 

Merry Xmas,

 

Our SSLVPN has tunnel split enabled, but I want to allow all my traffic or the *.google.com through the VPN, so I tried:

1. added 0.0.0.0/0 to here, does not work.

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2. added *.google.com to here, does not work.

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Can please someone let me know do I still miss something?

 

Thanks

 

 

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L2 Linker

I forgot to mention that the client is an Android Phone, the TAC told me that the "domain" based split does not support the mobile devices.

I tested the settings on a laptop which was working well.

Closing this case.

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

@DongQu 

 

You need to add two entries

*.google.com----------------this for any domain like test.google.com

google.com--------------------this is for google.com

 

Regards

MP

thanks for the reply but that does not work, I still cannot access to any google sites...

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@DongQu 

Also check under agent application how dns is configured split to not?

when you do nslookup for google which dns it uses to resolve ?

dns provided by the tunnel or your local internet dns?

 

Regards

MP

Hello

It was using the DNS provide by the tunnel.

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L5 Sessionator

Hi @DongQu ,

 

Split-tunneling by domain requires a GP license -> https://docs.paloaltonetworks.com/globalprotect/9-1/globalprotect-admin/globalprotect-overview/about....  Do you have a GP subscription for your firewalls?

 

Thanks,

 

Tom

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yes, we have the license.

L2 Linker

I forgot to mention that the client is an Android Phone, the TAC told me that the "domain" based split does not support the mobile devices.

I tested the settings on a laptop which was working well.

Closing this case.

@DongQu 

 

Thanks for updating us with very useful info.

 

Regards

MP
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