How Can we fix Global protect "Assign Private IP address failed"
When a remote user connects to the corporate network with GlobalProtect, the computer will be assigned an IP address from the pool configured on the gateway. It is possible that this IP address overlaps the subnet that the workstation is already in, which will cause issues.
For example: A remote employee is connecting from a hotel room where the IP address received locally was in the 10.0.0.0/8 range. The IP pool available for GlobalProtect clients is 10.1.1.0/24. This will cause issues since the IP pool is part of the local subnet.
In this case, the following error is generated in System logs on the firewall: "Assign Private IP address failed".
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