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L0 Member

I'm using a PA-500 to connect our network to 2 ISP's.  I'm using policy based forwarding which works great but if I add a static entry for ISP-2 it breaks SSL-VPN access.  I have a public IP assigned to a loopback which is in the untrust zone.  It works if I remove the static route for ISP-2 and replace it with a static route for ISP-1 which is the ISP that I access the SSL-gateway with.  Has anyone ever got this to work.  Right now if ISP-1 goes down my policy rule will disable itself and my second rule will take over but whenever I commit it complains that it is shadowing the first rule.



L6 Presenter

Hi...Most likely ISP-2 is only permitting traffic with IP address that it assigned to you for security reasons.  If you are using ISP-1's public IP address and ISP-2 is not permitting ISP-1's IP address, then the traffic will be dropped.


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