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Installing GlobalProtect on Linux (CentOS/RHEL)

  1. The official Linux client is distributed differently than the Windows/Mac clients. 
    You can access the latest client by following this link (authentication required): GlobalProtect Linux

  2. Download the latest .tgz file to a location on your Ubuntu machine (as of this writing, PanGPLinux-5.0.3-c10.tgz)

  3. Launch a Terminal application and navigate to the directory in which you saved the .tgz file.

  4. Run the following command to extract the file:

    tar xvf PanGPLinux-5.0.3-c10.tgz
  5. Run the following command to install the client, entering your workstation's user password if prompted:

    sudo rpm -i GlobalProtect_rpm-5.0.3.0-10.rpm

Connecting to GlobalProtect on Linux (CentOS/RHEL)

  1. Run the following command to connect to GlobalProtect:

    globalprotect connect --portal uavpn.albany.edu
  2. Enter your UAlbany NetID and password when prompted.

Disconnecting to GlobalProtect on Linux (CentOS/RHEL)

  1. Run the following command to connect to GlobalProtect:

    globalprotect disconnect

Example Screenshot

 

These instructions have been tested on CentOS 7.6.