So we have configured GP in one VM-Series in a Cloud Community. We are experiencing unusual behavior. I do not know whether it was the GP configuration or it is in the VM. So sample VM 1 has an IP of 192.168.14.X and VM 2 has an IP of 192.168.14.X when connected in GP I can ping VM1 also the traceroute is complete but when trying to reach VM 2 is shows RTO and it is not reachable via traceroute. When looking into the firewall logs it show that the the traceroute is allowed going to VM 2 with an application of traceroute, also it hits the right rule.
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Does the other VM have a route back to whatever IP space you are using for GlobalProtect clients? If you take a packet capture on the unreachable VM does it show traffic hitting the VM from GlobalProtect clients?
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