What is the point of not allowing us to configure if we want to summarize our IPsec routes for 3rd party clients on GlobalProtect?
I don't get why this is forced on us and only browsable through the cli... not very nice.
This really just comes down to development time and priorities. Your best bet is to contact your sales engineer and let them know you really want this feature. Palo Alto maintains an internal only database of these called the "Feature Request" database and each are assigned a number (FR number). The sales engineers create a new entry if one does not exist or add your company name as a vote for existing ones. The number of companies requesting a feature is then taken into account as they build the roadmap.
Once you idendity the FR number you can post it here and ask others to add votes for including the feature too.
Why even post something like this? Don't waste my time padding your post count.
Its specifically coded to screw with routes for 3rd pary applications, I can have hundreds of subnets in the 10/8 range, but I add a single 192.168.1.1/32 route and now its summarized to 0.0.0.0/0.
No need to be disrespectful when someone tries to assist you with a query.
If you would like to see a feature added that is currently not available, a feature request will have that functionality added to a list of requested features by customers. The more votes a request receives, the higher the likelyhood this feature will be added sooner rather than later.
pulukas very eloquently provided that information and a way for you to get the ball rolling
Disrespectful? Assuming that I don't know how to start a ticket or contact my sales agent is disrepectful.
Too many people padding their post counts rather then Palo Alto stepping up and providing answers in these discussions.
Please, if you don't have anything constructive to add to a topic just stay out of it.
Puluka comment would be useful for a sticky at the top of the General Topic forum. Maybe we can start a "Feature Request" ticket.
Topic replies should be focused on the subject. We don't need this forum to be like the Microsoft Technet forums where most threads are filled with a bunch of general canned replies from people that don't even take the time to read the subject.
If anyone has any information regarding the subject of VPN route summarization please let me know! Happy to listen to ways you have worked around the issue.
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