Multiple Portals/Gateways

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Multiple Portals/Gateways

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GP on the fw is setup and working. I have a group of users i need to isolate from everyone else - most of the time.So if they use the url they get IP Pool X and specific X policies. If they use url they get IP Pool Y and specific Y policies.


It seems like i should be able to setup multiple portals and gateways on an interface but i want some confirmation before i start working with a production environment.



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this sounds possible, i will give it a shot

L2 Linker

Working with my SE he recommended using a loopback interface on a different port. He demonstrated this in his lab.

L0 Member

I have different purpose (new certificate with different CN) to create a new/parallel portal&gateway (to keep the change transparent for end user/and to keep easy revert back possibilities in worst case), so when i try to create a new por+gw by adding new pub-IP on same internet interface, using new certificate, using new client iP pool range,  i get below error while pushing the policy,

. SSLVPN: Invalid IPv4 pool value: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
. (Module: rasmgr)
. SSLVPN: failed to parse IP pool in tunnel xxxxxxxxxxx
. (Module: rasmgr)
. Parsing GlobalProtect gateway multi user configs failure
. (Module: rasmgr)
. Commit failed

I checked multiple times that there is no overlapping of client subnet that i am using, and subnet value is also perfect, its large enough, tried with /24, /22, but still not sure why its giving above error. 

Is it possible to configure two portal/gateway on same interface but with two different pub IPs and different tunnel interface and different client IP ranges ? 


you can't use two ip's on the same interface. Use a loopback interface to achieve your goals.

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