We are running a pan500 only for internet usage. It was fine before the summer but when I returned from vacation things were not so great.
When I am committing a job (whatever job) I get this fail message.
We are running panos 3.1.3
I have no sulution for this.
Sincerely Odd Magnus
This looks like some setting is missing or not completed when user was configuring ladp
Look at these areas in the Device tab and verify that it's configured correctly and then try to commit again.
1. Server Profiles - LDAP
2. Authentication Profiles
3. Local User Database
No - it was I that completed the ldap configuration and nothing has changed internally here. Only me that have access to the Palo box also.
Are there any way to trouble shoot the palo box to find the problem?
Maybe some access lists have been changed internally here that I am now aware of?
Looks like you upgraded from 3.1.x to 3.1.3. The domain setting has moved from ldap server settings within the user-identification page to the ldap server profile in 3.1.3. The way to resolve this is removing the ldap server from the user-identification page and reconfiguring your previous entry.
Even i am facinf this problem, however i am getting the following error
Invalid configuration for localhost.localdomain
This started after i generated a self signed certificate, now i have removed the certificate still i m getting the same error.
I am using PAN OS 3.1.3.
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