Global Protect and another VPN Client

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Global Protect and another VPN Client

L0 Member

Hello to everyone,

In my environment, the GP is set as always on and it works properly. The problem is that some clients have started demanding that we access them through the VPN client they provide us with.
I know there is an option to allow the user to disable GP but I would like to avoid that.
Has anyone encountered a similar requirement or is there any best practice for this type of problem?

I would like the employees in my company to have an active GP all the time, but if they need to have solution to access clients through different VPN clients also.

Thanks in advance.


L0 Member


I have the same issue, anyone have any ideas?

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L7 Applicator

I'm sure we had this a while back and think that the cisco anyconnect when used after GP just tunnelled through the existing GP tunnel (providing it was allowed out at the gateway) or it may have been the other way round... it may be worth trying this and see if it comes out the other end at all...

Also... will it not work if you add the other VPN gateways to split tunnel...   I have never tried but may be worth a go....

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