Service Tunnel Discovery
Automatically discover resources accessed via Service Tunnels
The Tunnel Discovery feature provides admins with a summary view of the private resources accessed by end-users over their Service Tunnels.
Banyan collects and compiles common private resources accessed via Service Tunnels, and displays these resources in a list (called a Tunnel Inventory). This provides admins with convenient visibility into what applications and services their end-users are accessing over a VPN. It allows admins to identify high-risk resources and over-provisioned users. The Tunnel Inventory can then be used to publish these private resources a Published Services - making them available via a service catalog and applying fine-grained zero-trust policies.
How It Works
The Tunnel Inventory can be found under Manage Services > Discovered Resources > Tunnel Inventory. The Tunnel Inventory is a list of unique records showing access to an enabled Service Tunnel in an org. Each unique record consists of a domain name or an IP address, as well as a port number.
Users, devices, resources accessed, and time of accessing are displayed in the details page.
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