Marko Todorovic: Troubleshoot VPN

Configuring Site-to-Site IPSec VPN on a Palo Alto Networks Configuring Site-to-Site IPSec VPN on a Palo Alto Networks Firewall Tunnel Interfaces. Tunnel interfaces specifically serve VPN tunnels and are Layer 3 only. To set up a VPN tunnel, you must configure the Layer 3 interface at each end and have a logical tunnel interface for the firewall to connect to and establish a VPN tunnel. admin@PA-200 IPsec Site-to-Site VPN Palo Alto Cisco Router w/ VTI One more VPN article. Even one more between a Palo Alto firewall and a Cisco router. But this time I am using a virtual tunnel interface (VTI) on the Cisco router which makes the whole VPN set a “route-based VPN”. That is: Both devices decide their traffic flow merely based on … Site to Site VPN between Checkpoint and Palo Alto

Jan 25, 2020

NOTE: Split-tunnel traffic is not inspected by next-generation firewall and, therefore, does not have the threat-protection offered by Palo Alto Networks. Hence, customers are advised to carefully review before enabling this feature and then decide whether the split tunnel meets their environment needs. IPsec Site-to-Site VPN Palo Alto Juniper ScreenOS

How to configure IPSec VPN Between Cisco ASA and Palo Alto

IPsec Site-to-Site VPN Palo Alto Cisco ASA | I configured a static Site-to-Site IPsec VPN tunnel between the Cisco ASA firewall and the Palo Alto next generation firewall.If the same phase 1 & 2 parameters are used and the correct Proxy IDs are entered, the VPN works without any problems though the ASA uses a policy-based VPN while the PA implements a route-based VPN. Split Tunneling for VPNC Client on Linux Distributions