07-09-2021 11:05 AM
Setup VPN Global Protect DynDNS
Good afternoon, is it feasible to be able to configure VPN access with Global Protect, on a Palo Alto with the following scenario:
Palo Alto with:
-Public IP Dynamically ( DHCP )
-Firewall configured with the DynDNS service.
-FQDN provided by DynDNS ( vpnaccessgprotect.dynalias.net )
Please confirm if the Global Protect configuration with DynDNS services is feasible and supported.
Thank you very much to all, best regards
07-09-2021 11:42 AM
While I havent done it, it should be possible, yes.
07-09-2021 01:11 PM
Hello, thank you very much for your reply.
One doubt, in the configuration of the GP Portal, in the Ipv4 Address parameter, where you normally put the Public IP, in my case I have a dynamic IP with DHCP (with DynDNS services) I will have to put "NONE".
I remain attentive, thank you very much, best regards
07-12-2021 08:19 AM
Yes, this is possible, and is how I use my Palo NGFW. The IPv4 GP Portal tab will show "NONE" if interface address is DHCP, this is expected behavior.
Here's an example configuration.
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