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Splunk through Cisco ASA Clientless WebVPN (Bug?)

ultima
Explorer

When using Splunk through Cisco ASA Clientless WebVPN, none of the dropdown menus work.

Am i doing something wrong, is it a bug, or is it just the way the dropdown menus work that cannot be used through a proxy system like WebVPN ?

1 Solution

gkanapathy
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

This kind of "VPN", which relies on rewriting URLs as they go in and out, are inherently very limited with any web application that uses browser-side script, especially if that script performs call-backs. (This includes just about web application with a modern UI. Flash is even less likely to work.) I am surprised that the only thing you have seen is the dropdowns failing.

This is not a Splunk bug, but a limitation of the type of gateway you are using.

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gkanapathy
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

This kind of "VPN", which relies on rewriting URLs as they go in and out, are inherently very limited with any web application that uses browser-side script, especially if that script performs call-backs. (This includes just about web application with a modern UI. Flash is even less likely to work.) I am surprised that the only thing you have seen is the dropdowns failing.

This is not a Splunk bug, but a limitation of the type of gateway you are using.

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dwaddle
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

If your IT team will support/allow it, the Cisco WebVPN should be able to use the "Anyconnect" client to give you "true" connectivity through the WebVPN, which would be an acceptable workaround for this.

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