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Hi,

i'm looking for a solution for VPN, that will support authentication in Active Directory and will support Two Factor authentication with OTP.

I read that GlobalProtect can provide me all features.

My questions:

is there any Palo Alto native VPN client or WEB client only ?

if there is native VPN client:

 - does it support Windows 10 and OS X 10.11 ?

 - does it support OTP ?

If i'll buy some Palo Alto router should i pay for each VPN connection?

 

Could you recommend me some Palo Alto router? Main feature - VPN. Nothing else matters

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The Cisco solution that they are selling you is likely way over sec. You shouldn't need anything more than a 5508 with less than 50 users depending on your throughput requirements for those users. With just a VPN appliance I would actually be looking at something that was stricktly an actual VPN appliance. 

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Palo's VPN native client is GlobalProtect, it really depends on what OTP vendor you are using to determine if it will function with it. They don't have a Web only client, you would need to use GlobalProtect. 

VPN functionality is free as long as you don't go past one Portal and one Gateway I believe that there is no user limit as long as your device can handle it. 

Which firewall you should purchase is based on the number of clients; I would really read up on GlobalProtect on Palo Alto's main website to determine if this fits what you are looking to do. 

 

Side Note: If the only thing you are doing is VPN on a Palo product and you aren't going to be using HIP checking, applicaiton ID, or any of the major Palo selling points I'm not sure why you would pick up a Palo product. Setting it to the side of your network and using it as a VPN only device you lose everything that makes Palo products worth the price. In this case I would probably recommend an actual VPN Appliance or a cheap ASA 5505 if it was going to be used only for VPN. 

Hi BPry,

thank you for your answer.

 

We will use DUO OTP. It supports GlobalProtect.

Yes, we are looking only for a VPN solution for 30-40 users. How musch does cost a cheaper Solution from Palo Alto?

 

A had been asking Cisco... they offer from 4000 $.

The Cisco solution that they are selling you is likely way over sec. You shouldn't need anything more than a 5508 with less than 50 users depending on your throughput requirements for those users. With just a VPN appliance I would actually be looking at something that was stricktly an actual VPN appliance. 

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