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GlobalProtect Local LAN Printing

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I have GlobalProtect running for machines when they are off the network.  Is there anything that I need to setup that would allow them to be able to print to their local LANs even though the agent is connected back to the FW?  I am currently testing this right now, but users most definitely will need to print when not in the office, so I am hoping that someone has some insight on this.  Thanks for any assistance you can offer.

Corey

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L4 Transporter

Hello ccaruso,

In the GlobalProtect configuration configure the AccessRoute such that all the subnets to connect to corporate are added and not everything ( 0.0.0.0/0). Now anything apart from corporate network would use the local home lan card to access internal resources.

By this way you are achieving split tunneling.

Thanks

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L4 Transporter

Hello ccaruso,

In the GlobalProtect configuration configure the AccessRoute such that all the subnets to connect to corporate are added and not everything ( 0.0.0.0/0). Now anything apart from corporate network would use the local home lan card to access internal resources.

By this way you are achieving split tunneling.

Thanks

Good day,

How would I go on about creating the below? 

We would like to print to x.x.x.x/24 when connected via Global protect (x.x.x.x/24). This site was recently removed from the MPLS and an IPSec tunnel setup between the PAN and the FG. We used to be able to print to x.x.x.x/24 when Site A was on the MPLS.

 

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