we have mobile clients with GP which use corporate notebooks at home .It was configured user logon option to force the notebook to connect through GP when it connects to home WI-FI
When the same worker comes back to workplace and plugged in the ethernet cable they still use the same GP network
Is there any way to force the client notebook to recognize the internal network and dont use GP with user logon option in place?
You can configure internal gateway (without tunnel mode) and make use of 'Internal Host Detection' in agent configuration to determine if host is within the network or outside the network.
You can find more information in the below link.
Yes we did it but the problem is when PA try to connect to that gateway (without tunnel mode) it asks for certificate and we use the same certificate (company certificate) which we use to connect to PA outside network (which is ok) it says Bad request
So as i understand the host could not reach to portal even to see the internal host identification and that is why can not recognize internal network
sorry just read all your post. do you know why your getting the cert error.
yesy the client still connects to the portal befor internal host detection.
i guess i even can not connect to Portal too
Because normally when i type in browser the internal gateway i must get into the page where i usually download the GP agent app.But i even can not do it.It ask for certificate and then when i use certificate it says bad request
IT is everything ok when i do it outside the network,But the problem is when i try to connect inside the corporate network
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