Unfortunately there is no way to achieve that in the complete meaning of the word URL..
However GlobalProtect provide other ways to achieve similar result.
You will need active GlobalProtect license installed on the firewall. After that you can use either include domain or include application from the split tunnel tab.
As names suggested there are two ways:
- Add the domain/FQDN from the URL to the include list, for exampled "super.domain.com" or "*.domain.com". This way when user try to reach any of the two domains it will generate DNS request, which GlobalProtect should be able to spot and create a "temp route" for the resolved IP pointing to the tunnel.
- Add full application path if you want to send all traffic from specific application to the tunnel. With this option any traffic generated by the application will be forwarded to the VPN.
From your short question it is not very clear what exactly you want to achieve, but I would guess using "Include Domain" should work for you. My personal experiance is very little - I have used it only for one use case and it was working fine.
If you don't have GlobalProtect license and you don't have budget to purchase one, only other solution I can think of is explicit proxy.
- You will need to have proxy server behind the firewall reachable over GP
- Best case is to use PAC file which define that only the specific URL/domain needs to be forwarded to the proxy behind the FW and everything else to use direct access
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