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Excluding VPN Client from Forcepoint cloud proxy

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Hello all,

We have recently deployed forcepoint cloud proxy agents on our PC fleet.

It seems that the proxy agent intercepts Checkpoint VPN clients and preventing it from establishing a remote access tunnel (IPSEC),

Does anyone have a list of the VPN executable that need to be excluded fro the proxy policy ? Or prhaps a solution to allow VPN client to connect via the Forcepoint proxy ?

 

 

Thanks in advance !

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Re: Excluding VPN Client from Forcepoint cloud proxy

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Exclude the https://<IP of Gateway> in the proxy should do the trick.
Regards, Maarten

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Re: Excluding VPN Client from Forcepoint cloud proxy

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Exclude the https://<IP of Gateway> in the proxy should do the trick.
Regards, Maarten

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Re: Excluding VPN Client from Forcepoint cloud proxy

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Tx

tried that but it doesn’t seem to work ..

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So it turns out that excluding the VPN gateway's IP address, as suggested by Maaten, rather than its DNS name (as we were using) did the trick !

Thank you !

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Re: Excluding VPN Client from Forcepoint cloud proxy

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It sounds like the Forcepoint client is acting like a VPN client and there is bound to be conflicts when you have two or more VPN clients on the same box.
Our VPN client has executables but I assume most of the transmission is happening at the driver level.
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