We're currently testing the GP VPN solution before we roll it out to our notebooks. We noticed that we can only access the portal homepage if we explicitly enter "https://<portal-url>". It doesn't work with just "<portal-url>" there HTTP would be used.
Is there any way to activate an HTTP to HTTPS redirect for the GP portal?
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There was such an option for PA 4.x
What is more - in 5.0.10 there is still some kind of information about this functionality
show global-protect-gateway gateway name GW1
GlobalProtect Gateway: GW1 (0 users)
Tunnel Type : remote user tunnel
Tunnel Name : GW1-N
Tunnel ID : 1
Tunnel Interface : tunnel.51
Encap Interface : loopback.51
Inheritance From :
Local Address : 220.127.116.11
SSL Server Port : 443
IPSec Encap : yes
Tunnel Negotiation : ssl
HTTP Redirect : no
UDP Port : 4501
Max Users : 0
IP Pool Ranges : 10.140.1.2 - 10.140.1.254;
IP Pool index : 0
Next IP : 0.0.0.0
DNS Servers : 10.128.1.240
WINS Servers : 0.0.0.0
DNS Suffix :
Access Routes : 0.0.0.0/0;
VSYS : vsys1 (id 1)
SSL Server Cert : Portal51
Auth Profile : SZP_LDAP
Client Cert Profile :
Lifetime : 86400 seconds
Idle Timeout : 86400 seconds
So my question for now is:
- is this a limitation of the new version of GlobalProtect client?
- is this functionality again on the roadmap? its quite useful
DO we have this feature on 5.0 and onwards.
I do see that the HTTP redirect is turned off in my current configuration.
Need to know how can we enable this option. I did not found any such option on CLI or GUI.
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