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OsamaKhan
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2FA for SSLVPN User.

Hi Guys,

 

I want to achieve 2FA for SSLVPN user, for 2FA the vendor is SafeNet.

Does Palo Alto supports SafeNet for 2FA and if does how can we Configure it.

 

Many thanks in advance. 

 

Regards,

Osama.

Thanks and Regards,
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rdonohoe23
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Hi Team, 

Apologies about the delay, and thanks for the reminder email. Some screenshots from a lab environment. It is used to authenticate an administrator in this example, but can be just as easy to reference the radius authentication profile in GP configs. The screenshots best read from the bottom up whatever way they pasted in. 

 

token-policies.PNG

I have biometric checkbox checked here. Means if phone has biometric, the tokens will have option to use that also. Enabled in a home lab environment. Biometric authentication should be researched when considering as an authentication method in production. 

 

administrator.PNG

that's the administrator we will authenticate using the radius authentication profile. 

 

radius-server-profile.PNG

the above is the radius authentication profile. 

traffic-log.PNG

We will want to see these logs, and have rules for same. The default interface this traffic will use is the mgt interface. I have a set service route to use a LAN internal interface as service route. 

thales-radius-autnode.PNG

STA auth node set up is above.

 

radius-palo.PNG

 

the above is the radius server profile.

 

user-store.PNG

these are local test users on the STA

 

best regards

 

Rob 

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rdonohoe23
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HI Mate, 

I hope you are well. SafeNet works well with globalprotect. We can use it via SAML or RADIUS. I use it for RADIUS in a lab to demonstrate the integration. 

I use the RADIUS method, I will upload a solutions guide for same asap. 

cheers

Rob 

OsamaKhan
L2 Linker

HI @rdonohoe23  

 

I am also using Radius for authentication please send the solution guide.

Thanks and Regards,
OK.
OsamaKhan
L2 Linker

@rdonohoe23 Hi Rob,

 

Please share the solution guide.

Thanks and Regards,
OK.
CrazyPiglet
L0 Member


@OsamaKhan wrote:

@rdonohoe23 Hi Rob, TellDunkin

 

Please share the solution guide.


Thank you for sharing your knowledge.

rdonohoe23
L2 Linker

 

Hi Team, 

Apologies about the delay, and thanks for the reminder email. Some screenshots from a lab environment. It is used to authenticate an administrator in this example, but can be just as easy to reference the radius authentication profile in GP configs. The screenshots best read from the bottom up whatever way they pasted in. 

 

token-policies.PNG

I have biometric checkbox checked here. Means if phone has biometric, the tokens will have option to use that also. Enabled in a home lab environment. Biometric authentication should be researched when considering as an authentication method in production. 

 

administrator.PNG

that's the administrator we will authenticate using the radius authentication profile. 

 

radius-server-profile.PNG

the above is the radius authentication profile. 

traffic-log.PNG

We will want to see these logs, and have rules for same. The default interface this traffic will use is the mgt interface. I have a set service route to use a LAN internal interface as service route. 

thales-radius-autnode.PNG

STA auth node set up is above.

 

radius-palo.PNG

 

the above is the radius server profile.

 

user-store.PNG

these are local test users on the STA

 

best regards

 

Rob 

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