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natan
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Split tunnel to fqdn wildcard

Hi,
Is it possible to configure in split tunnel wildcard FQDN?
I have some sites, x.abc.com, I want to set a wildcard FQDN to *.abc.com. It is possible?

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hbac
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Staff

Hi @natan,

 

Yes, it is possible. You can enable split-tunnel based on Policy Destination and put wildcard FQDN under the policy destination. 

 

Regards, 

Toshi_Esumi
Esteemed Contributor III

And, this is the KB.
https://community.fortinet.com/t5/FortiGate/Technical-Tip-Access-to-Specific-FQDN-using-Split-Tunnel...

Not sure wildcard FQDN still work in SSL VPN policy though. I would assume the same with other regular policies though. I haven't tested it yet.

 

Toshi

Toshi_Esumi
Esteemed Contributor III

I actually have a doubt about wildcard FQDN. Because until traffic happens through the policy they wouldn't be resolved to IPs, and by that time, the split tunnel route injection to the client machine is done already. Can they be added later after the connection was established?

 

Toshi

hbac

Hi @Toshi_Esumi,

 

When the FQDN object is created, FortiGate will resolve the IPs. If the FQDN is specified as destination of SSL VPN policy, FortiGate will inject those route to VPN users once they connect. Users need to reconnect to the VPN to update the routing table. 

 

Regards, 

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