Please open a case with support on this issue, as we want to help ensure that there are not any performance issues with Prisma Access.
Review GlobalProtect License requirements here
@jdelio I seem to cant access the link with either live or support account
Sorry for that, please try this link instead..
fixing the other link now.
To answer your question about QoS and GlobalProtect.. Yes, you can.
Here is a link to a Learning Happy Hour that talks about Throttling with QoS
The only note that I can help add about GP and QoS is:
When an interface that is part of an existing QoS configuration is later configured to be part of a tunnel configuration (IPSec, GlobalProtect, etc.), the Palo Alto Networks device expects QoS to be applied to the tunnel traffic. Apply the default/custom QoS profile to the tunnel traffic.
I hope this helps.
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Can we can achieve remote vpn load balancing while using global protect on palo alto....if yes,can we add firewalls in a cluster to increase support to increased users...how can we do this between firewalls are different sites
Please allow me to respond..
1. HA is for redundancy, not for adding capacity.
2. In a Single Gateway instance, there is no balancing of the GP traffic. As one client will connect to a gateway.
Taking that a step further, You can setup multiple gateways. When the client connects to the one portal and downloads the list of gateways, the client then connects to the gateway that responds the fastest. So sort of load balancing depending on load and response time.
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