The latest from the great wall of knowledge at Ignite
byediteur05-24-201812:39 PM - edited 06-01-201803:32 AM
We offer more questions and answers from the great wall of knowledge at Ignite. Adding to 'live' technical knowledge at the booth is Karthik Prakash, a very seasoned and experienced engineer on the escalation team at Palo Alto Networks.
Karthik works a discussion with an Ignite attendee.Joe and Tom share technical insight.
Q: How do I search group monitoring rules?
Is global find available in API?
Is packed mode or IP-based service available?
Is there a way to disable not-used rules?
Do you have find and replace for address objects or groups?
A: Use the search bar at the top of the rule base to match any string or use search functions to search builder and sign to the right.
Q: How can I implement User-ID without AD agents --
Clientless / agentless
User-ID allows you to match up an IP address with a username.
Q: Can Traps support cert-based white listing?
A: No, you can white list based on file name or path. Try using policy rules instead.
Q: Can you integrate authentication (auth) policies with AD?
A: Enable User-ID and add an LDAP server.
Q: How do you ship logs to multiple destinations from a collector?
Manager / log collector
Log collector forward
Q: When will you have or show unused objects?
A: PAN-OS 8.1
Q: How do you enable domain password blocking from being used outside your organization?
A: User must VPN in or use a third-party tool.
Q: How can routing protocols better protect a network?
A: Routing provides segregation of network segments.
Q: How do I fine tune my UTM for stricter rules?
A: Create different policy groups (high, med, low), and apply to policies as needed.
Q: What is the total FQDN objects a PA220 can take or hold?
Q: When will Panorama NOT auto select all device groups, templates, and log collectors when you push to device in Panorama? Is this possible to disable?
A: With 8.0, it no longer does that. We are on 8.06h3 and it only selects the appropriate device groups now.
Q: How do I configure IPSec tunnel inside a Palo Alto Networks firewall?
A: In your Network tab, create an interface.
Create tunnel interface
Create PKI phase 1
Create IPSec config
Apply policies to allow traffic
Add routes for internal and external traffic
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