I am having a new deployment performed of the Expedition Tool within our environment, which will utilise the latest application release of the tool. So it will be installed on a VM that will be stood up on a VMware platform anf the VM will have the Ubuntu Server 16.04 LTS operating system installed manually. Then we will have an engineer install the Expedition Tool.
In the Install Guide for the latest release (July 2019), it state the following;
The Ubuntu server should have internet access as the installer script will perform an update of the Expedition software by connecting to the Palo Alto Networks update servers for Expedition and additional Ubuntu dependencies, such as MariaDB, Apache Web Server, RabbitMQ, JVM 1.8, etc.
The tool will be deployed within a secure environment, so I will need to submit an exception request to allow the VM to access the specific sites on the Internet.
Can someone confirm what the URLs and IP addresses are that the Expedition Tool (July 2019) installer needs to connect to?
This is an urgent requirement, so your help will be very much appreciative.
Many thanks in advance
I hope you found the issue resolved.
We had some issues with the servers a couple of weeks ago, but those were resolved.
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