I have a possible need to push some of my public IP's down through my Global Protect clients.
Meaning an associate at home will hit my public IP via GlobalProtect and not from the Internet side.
Can this be done... Or is it a bad idea in Palo Alto Land?
You can use/program access routes to push down the public IPs.
What I don't understand (maybe I do not need to know), but it seems weird to need to hit a public IP via GP vs using NAT to transit traffic through the FW (so that is appears that it came from inside your network, but actually came from your GP clients), to hit the public IPs.
Would be glad to have you provide more details as needed, but I did answer your query.
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