03-20-2022 12:42 PM - edited 03-20-2022 12:43 PM
we have started a plan for a new project. I have created a picture, so you can see, what I acutally mean :).
User will via some customer portal setup a new broadband link. He will be able to choose if the broadband should be secured and by several levels - TP, URL, DNS, WF,...
If he choose the security level and confirm it, the customer portal will generate an IP address, which needs to be somehow send to the PAN FW.
We thought to use the EDL, but there is a some 50k / 150k records limitation. There is an expectations of about 200-400k public IP addresses.
Do you have any idea, how we can handle it? We were thinking about some source objects via API, but still looking for some hints.
04-07-2022 09:35 AM
DAGs are how our airline companies allow just entertainment (shows/movies) or just imessage, and then allow more after you purchase their extended wifi package. FYI
04-07-2022 09:38 AM
Hi, but DAGs have limitations about 150k on 52XX series? We are talking here about 200-400k...
I am almost pretty sure that we would have to combine it with the LDAP
04-07-2022 10:11 AM
Can user-id be used instead of IP's? This way you can use Active Directory groups instead.
Just a thought.
04-07-2022 10:15 AM
No, it cannot. Only database where users are presented is Radius.
So we are working on some Middleware, where some open LDAP will have necessary information, which we can use.
We have already some ideas, i will present it here, once the solution will be at least in the testing scenarios 😉
04-07-2022 10:48 AM
Thank for that, once you have a solution. I guess using GlobalProtect is not acceptable either? Are these users 'guest' or registered such as ISP?
04-07-2022 12:03 PM
Per the documentation I linked limitations are 500K, FYI
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