Migrate remote access services from Pulse (Ivanti) Secure to PaloAlto

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Migrate remote access services from Pulse (Ivanti) Secure to PaloAlto

L1 Bithead

We currently run a pair of Palo Alto 5220's and are in the planning process for moving the VPN services from our Pulse Secure (Ivanti) appliances over to the PA and using Global Protect. On the Pulse appliance, there is an option to allow users to login to a web interface for controlled access to some internal resources if there is no VPN option available to them. Is there a way on the Palo Alto firewall to offer a similar connection to remote users who don't have the option of a VPN? For instance, one use of this is to allow a user to login and then click on web links to internal resources that have to originate from the protected network. This is great for users travelling and not able to connect to the VPN for whatever reason. The connection can be somewhat secured with a Yubikey or some other type of multi-factor authentication. Thoughts? Thank you!

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L1 Bithead

That's an easy read! I think this may do the trick. It's pretty simple to setup, and lots of authentication options! Thanks again!

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L4 Transporter

Are you referring to a clientless vpn solution? If so you can do a clientless vpn setup in GlobalProtect so a user would login on the webpage/portal and can set specific apps. 

 

GlobalProtect Clientless VPN (paloaltonetworks.com)

L1 Bithead

That may be it! I'll look over the options. Thanks, I really appreciate it. Changing platforms is quite challenging sometimes 🙂

L1 Bithead

That's an easy read! I think this may do the trick. It's pretty simple to setup, and lots of authentication options! Thanks again!

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