DNS logging with globalprotect

L0 Member

DNS logging with globalprotect



Wondered what people's experience/advise is on the following. We have palo alto VM series in azure which we are using globalprotect on. At the moment I am NATing the globalprotect VLAN to the IP address of the firewall, but in doing this I am finding that the DNS log traffic from our DCs is limiting in that all of the requests are appearing to be from the firewall as opposed to the client (obviously). Is there a way to get globalprotect or the firewall to log the client DNS requests? Ideally I would turn off NAT but can't do that at the moment.





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On the firewall you should be able to see source usernames associated to all incoming sessions, you should also be able to set up log forwarding for this traffic of interest to a syslog server containing all the source users



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But how do I see the DNS record that the user has requested?

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