Fuel Feature: How to Build an IPSec VPN Tunnel Between Two Palo Alto Networks Firewalls

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I wanted to take a moment and bring  attention to the Fuel User Group. If you have not heard about Fuel, here's a quick explination—it is a completely user-driven community for Palo Alto Networks professionals. They are mostly known for their face-to-face meetings that are held in chapters all around the world, but they also have a discussion board and blog area where different information is posted.

 

For more information on Fuel User Group and local chapters near you, please visit the Fuel User Group page here:
https://www.fuelusergroup.org

 

Also, for those who didn't know, there is even a "FUEL VIRTUAL TEST LAB" available that allows you to get familiar and practice with the Palo Alto Networks next generation firewalls.

 

Info about this can be found here:
https://www.fuelusergroup.org/page/fuel-virtual-test-lab-8.0

 

But enough about that! The whole reason that I started writing this blog was to tell you about an article that was written by Fuel User Group member Charles Buege. He was kind enough to write an articleon the Fuel User Group page about How to Build an IPSec Tunnel Between Two Palo Alto Networks Firewalls.

 

It is always great to see how other security professionals setup VPNs. Charles helps by identifying exactly what is needed and how to get everything setup and working properly between two Palo Alto Networks firewalls.

 

Read the full article here:

How to Build an IPSec Tunnel Between Two Palo Alto Networks Firewalls

 

NOTE: You do not have to be a Fuel User Group member to read the above article, but if you wanted to join, it is FREE and only takes a minute to become a member.

 

Again, for more information on the Fuel User Group and local chapters near you, please visit the Fuel User Group page here:
https://www.fuelusergroup.org

 

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We always welcome all comments below.

 

Stay Secure,
Joe Delio
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