I'm currently using a Watchguard firewall for our remote users to connect and authenticate using built in Windows (and Mac) VPN.
I have a Palo PA-500 in the Dev environment being configured to replace the Watchguard firewall, however we have come across a few problems:
1. Seems to be no support to use the built in VPN client under Windows/Mac
2. If I use the built in Palo SSL-VPN then I'm using up port 443 (SSL) on my one and only public IP address
( I need port 443 for publishing Outlook Anywhere and OWA )
UPDATE: Ok, so I checked with our ISP, seems we can't get another IP address on our external interface.
(only routed from another external subnet).That doesn't help much in this scenario.
Can anyone offer any other options or alternatives?
Is it possible to use another VPN client and setup an IPSEC VPN on the Palo firewall?
Can I use a different port for the built in Palo SSL-VPN Client?
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