Is there an API or any documentation on how to call the GlobalProtect "Refresh Connection" function from external code? I want to be able to call this function from custom external code. The reason why is to fix a connection issue we are having through automation since we don't want to have to ask users to manually click that option.
If no external API call is possible, is there a command-line option to call "Refresh Connection"?
Why isn't Global Protect smart enough to call Refresh Connection on its own when an always on VPN connection breaks? There should be a way to monitor public IP addresses for reachability and automatically refresh the connection if can't access the public IPs... Our AOVPN breaks frequently when machines go to sleep and wake up, screen is unlocked, etc.
Latest version. It has been an issue for us for years on every version and never found a resolution. Opened various tickets with PA, have one opened now.
The GP client needs to be smart enough to refresh the connection itself when it detects lack of network connectivty. I'm trying to write an app in C++ to get-netadapter -interfacedescription "PANGP*" | restart-netadapter via powershell create process call if a certain public IP address can't be reached, but I shouldn't be needing to go to this level. The client needs to have this bug fixed. GP needs to automatically repair itself when Windows wakes from sleep on AOVPN connections / etc.
I will post back here if we get a solution from Palo Alto, please do the same @vsys_remo
This issue has been on going for years and not acceptable for the software to have such an obvious / easily fixable bug last so long. We shouldn't have to be writing our own code / hacks to fix Palo Alto's VPN client
That's correct. We have always-on VPN. Whenever I or other users work remotely, very randomly some of our services will stop working (Outlook, Internet, etc.)
It's like the connection goes "stale" even though we're active on the system. Things come back online after we "Refresh Connection" in the VPN client.
We are on GlobalProtect 5.0.5
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