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Locking virtual machines in bridge mode with netskope agent

edwin_alvarez
Partner
Partner

Currently, when the agent is installed on the host machine, traffic can be blocked through the NETSKOPE agent and browsing policies. When this device has virtualization applications, and the machines work in bridge mode. How is it possible to block the traffic of virtual machines? since the traffic leaves through the GW of the ISP.

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mkoyfman
Netskope
Netskope

@edwin_alvarez are you asking whether you can lock VMs that are in the bridge mode?  It's not a very common scenario we see, as most customers do not use bridge mode.  If VM is in bridge mode, then it has to have its own Netskope client to steer the traffic.

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mkoyfman
Netskope
Netskope

@edwin_alvarez are you asking whether you can lock VMs that are in the bridge mode?  It's not a very common scenario we see, as most customers do not use bridge mode.  If VM is in bridge mode, then it has to have its own Netskope client to steer the traffic.

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They are users with special installation permissions on their computers, it was identified that they can create VMs with the card in bridge mode, to skip the netskope agent.

kiwikawa
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