I configured Windows 10 vpn client to connect to the globalprotect gateway and it works fine, the only thing that it´s not working is split tunneling.
Cannot see the Access Route For Third Party Client on the gateway like this example:
Then checking the documentation it seems like the Windows VPN client is not supported:
This could explain some of the features not working fine.
Could someone confirm if globalprotect with windows vpn client and split tunnel should work?
Thank you in advance!
Split tunnel isn't an option unless it's supported through the client you are using paired with x-auth. Likewise the option that you are talking about depends on the IPSec setup sent by the client connecting to the firewall, not the firewall itself.
As @BPry mentioned, its not possible since the client does not support it. I would suggest to use the GlobalProtect client. Also there is a reason most companies are going away from split tunnel, you lose visibility into what your clients are trying to access and you cannot protect them as well.
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