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Palo Alto UserID Agent Configure Steps

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One of the challenges in configuring firewall policies is the fact that they rely on IP addresses and IP subnets rather than users or user groups. In particular for next generation firewalls, that provide services like URL filtering, there is a need to have policies based on users and user groups rather than IP addresses. The Palo Alto UserID service…

Palo Alto Firewall Migration Plan Tasks List

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It is simple breakdown for a complicate firewall migration plan. It can be used to plan migration from existing firewalls to new Palo Alto Firewall. The tasks should be modified based on the real production situation in your environment. This is for on prem case. For cloud situation, the tasks will be slightly different. But most will be same.

Sophos Update Error – Troubleshooting with Palo Alto Firewall

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Our Sophos Management Server is installed behind a Palo Alto firewall, which is used to centrally update and manage all internal Sophos clients. After new installation of this Sophos Management Server, we found update from Internet always failed. The Palo Alto firewall rule was configured to use FQDN addresses as destination. Based on Sophos support site, “The Sophos Update Manager…

Install and Configure Palo Alto VM in Vmware Workstation / ESXi

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Palo Alto Networks has developed Virtualized Firewalls VM series to run in virtual environment. Here is the list for supported hypervisors from its website: The VM-Series supports the exact same next-generation firewall and advanced threat prevention features available in our physical form factor appliances, allowing you to safely enable applications flowing into, and across your private, public and hybrid cloud…

Palo Alto Study Notes: Firewall Configuration Essentials I (101) PAN-OS v.6.1

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To view Firewall Configuration Essentials 101 Course, please login to the Palo Alto Networks Learning Center. [Updating] 1. Palo Alto Networks Platforms The PA-500, PA-200, and VM-Series firewalls do not support virtual systems. High Availability and Aggregated interfaces are also only supported on higher models of the product. The even-numbered platforms are older platforms. The PA-4000 is End-of-Sale. The PA-3000 and PA-5000…

Configure Palo Alto VM 6.0.0 in Vmware Workstation and ESXi

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Palo Alto Networks has developed Virtualized Firewalls VM series to run in virtual environment. Here is the list for supported hypervisors from its website: The VM-Series supports the exact same next-generation firewall and advanced threat prevention features available in our physical form factor appliances, allowing you to safely enable applications flowing into, and across your private, public and hybrid cloud…

Palo Alto for NGFW facts from Checkpoint view

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Compare Palo Alto with Checkpoint from Checkpoint website based on NSS Labs results: Palo Alto Check Point NSS Labs Results – Protects Against HTML Evasions* 33% 100% NSS Labs Results – Overall Protection** 93% 98% File Sharing Applications 170 531 Total Applications 1,511 4,733 Application Social Network Widgets 0 240,000+ URL Filtering 20 million on box 100 million cloud based Data…