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January 16, 2024

When devices are connected behind a socket, Cato has the capability to establish access policies that are location-based, such as by specific sites or VLAN/IP subnets. This approach, however, is not applicable to VPN users. For them, an alternative solution involves crafting rules that depend on the device's posture, potentially fulfilling similar requirements. Yet, this strategy requires further exploration and refinement.

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Written by:
Dhivya Srinivasan
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