30-days demo license

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30-days demo license

How to get 30 days URL-filtering and Threat prevention license for PA-2050-NFR

L5 Sessionator

Re: 30-days demo license

Resellers have an option to purchase NFR support subscriptions that allow the extension of TP and URL licensing in 30-day increments.  Is this what you are referring to?  You would need to contact your sales rep.

Re: 30-days demo license

Hi,

 

What if you are just new to Palo Alto and you are just trying to get a hands on experience? Would that mean I have to buy a PA? Do you have demo of PAN OS and license demo for individual?

Registering to support also requires contract to company or seller. Please assist. Thanks!

Community Manager

Re: 30-days demo license

The original question was in regards to an NFR device (this is a device resellers can purchase to put as demo devices with customers for a certain amount of time) the 'rules' for those are a little different :)

 

to simply get a feel without requiring hardware, you can reach out to your local sales team to get a VM trial


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L6 Presenter

Re: 30-days demo license

A question :0 Will sales team get trial licenses for a student or person who just started learning PA? I mean to anyone who just wants to test the device futures etc.

L4 Transporter

Re: 30-days demo license

it wouldn't be free, but probably the easiest approach is to install a PA VM in AWS and just pay for the time it's running.

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L6 Presenter

Re: 30-days demo license

Shame. I think Palo should introduce let's say something like F5 does. Free trial lab licences with limited throughput etc. 

Community Manager

Re: 30-days demo license

The AWS instance is completely free in trial mode, you only need to pay for AWS cycles (hours running)

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Re: 30-days demo license

I didn't know that :0 Thanks. 

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