SNI for GlobalProtect

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SNI for GlobalProtect

L3 Networker



is there a way for globalprotect to only listen to a specific URL and forward all other FQDNs?

I already have webservers behind the palo listening to specific SNIs and would like to keep it this way.



L3 Networker

is a "bump" allowed? ^^


The firewall natively doesn't support this feature. You can reach out to your SE to get a feature request put in for this to be considered going forward. 

I used a reverse proxy for the portal which works fine and entered a fqdn in the portal for the gateway...

unfortunately the globalprotect client simply resolves the IP and doesnt pass the SNI so it could be passed through a reverse proxy...
but maybe a clientless connection would work... might try that

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