To force client to switch to internal network

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Re: To force client to switch to internal network

@MickBall
I have only one public ip with NAT.And i can not ping this public IP from internal side.I need to go out and then come back again somehow to ping my external Ip
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L7 Applicator

Re: To force client to switch to internal network

When you ping the url, i know it fails but is it resolving to an ip address. 

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Re: To force client to switch to internal network

I recently stood up GP in my company following the same general setup you have.

 

We do certificate based authentication for everything (Internal and External portals).

 

 

We are always on

No split-tunneling

Use internal host detection

Use pre-login

Use an internal gateway (but don't force interal traffic through the gateway)

Certificate base authentication to internal and external GWs (This allows for no user interaction to connect)

We have an internal PKI which signs our GW/Portal certs and issues machine certs

 

We have no issues with user connecting at home or in the office.  If your users aren't even connecting it sounds like you have somethign wrong if authentication.

 

If they're connecting to the external GW when they're internal it sounds like you have a timer issue.

 

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