On our firewall our main internet connection is coming in through a via a virtual wire connection that sits between our physical router and our core switch. In addition to this we have a cable modem attached directly to the firewall via L3, which we use for routing outbound guest wifi traffic and to use for our globalprotect portal / gateway.
With assistance from PA tech support the portal is up and the globalprotect agent on a test laptop can connect successfully to the firewall via the cable modem interface. The problem is that return traffic isn't being routed back through the vpn tunnel, but is instead being sent out via the path to the default gateway.
Unfortunately due to the virtual wire deployment, I am unable to set up a "Policy Based Forwarding" policy to route the traffic destined for the GlobalProtect subnet back through the proper interface.
Is there anyway I can solve this using static routing, or am I forced to set up the main internet connection as L3?
I have a work ticket open on this issue but I thought I would seek guidance and wisdom here as well.
Aditi who is working with you seems to be on the right track.
The real problem is determining why your switch stack is sending the GP traffic over the vwire, despite that it came in the l3 interface. This might come down to the default route you are using the GP client config. You might need to set the GP Default GW to the PA if it is not already. If it is, you have something downstream sending traffic out the vwire which we are not expecting.
Hmm, so the traffic is going from the proper egress on the firewall to our lan, but is returning via the virtual wire instead of the L3 interface where it was supposed to go. Instead it's bypassing the firewall and going to our default gateway for the lan, which would be a physical router.
This is still an issue and has not seen any progress. May last work ticket summed with the problem being on the cisco side of things. I don't know if I can solve this with Policy Based Forwarding or not. If I try that, what IP do I forward the traffic to? Do I set it to management IP address of the originating Ethernet port, or do I assign an ip address to the tunnel and forward to that?
Is traffic from L3 interface of PAN going to the cisco. If it is then you might want to try two things and see if that helps.
1. Do not send traffic from PAN to cisco
2. If above is not an option then setup a static route for the traffic coming back for the itnerface on the PAN so the routing can be correct and then it will not go through the Vwire.
Let us know if this helps.
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