Prisma Access Users Global Protect

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Prisma Access Users Global Protect

Hello!

 

Is there a way to use another port for the GlobalProtect portal for Prisma Access? I know there is a workaround to use another port instead of 443 but you need to creat a loopback interface... but in this service there is not a way to create a loopback interface.

 

Regards!

Joel Garza

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Re: Prisma Access Users Global Protect

Hi Joel,

 

Currently, no. There is no way to use another port other than 443 on the Prisma Access GP Portal.

 

You are correct, in the regular on-prem GP implementations you can use one, however this is not currently available for Prisma Access.

I suggest you reach out to your local SE and ask him to raise a feature request for this.

 

Thanks,
Teodor

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Re: Prisma Access Users Global Protect

Hi Joel,

 

Currently, no. There is no way to use another port other than 443 on the Prisma Access GP Portal.

 

You are correct, in the regular on-prem GP implementations you can use one, however this is not currently available for Prisma Access.

I suggest you reach out to your local SE and ask him to raise a feature request for this.

 

Thanks,
Teodor

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Re: Prisma Access Users Global Protect

Thank you for you answer.

 

Regards!

Joel Garza
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