I received an odd error when I tried to upgrade from 5.0.10 -
" Failed to install 6.0.0 with the following errors. SW version is 6.0.0 Error: Upgrading from 5.0.10 to 6.0.0 requires a content version of 401 or greater and found 320-1459. Failed to install version 6.0.0 type panos"
Maybe I'll try downgrading, to upgrade.
We just bought two new PA-3020s that will go live with 6.0 on Friday night. I'll try to remember and report back and let you know how it goes. I've been using them via the management interface since 6.0 release and I haven't had any problems. Of course, a data load will be the true test.
Running on a test box now and no issues with the upgrade or the 300 rule policy push. The tap traffic of production all seems to behave the same way.
On the feature side, ssl port mirror and the dns sinkhole look like good additions to take a closer look at application in the network.
So far so good. Seems pretty solid. Only issue I found thus far is the dynamic content error when upgrading from 5.x to 6.0. The dynamic content page gives an error and it does not scan traffic for threats.
We use PA-5020s, and I couldn't wait to update to 6, to take advantage of the safe-search filtering. Unfortunately, when we upgraded it broke our user-id system, specifically the group mappings. 90% of all filtering went out of the 'default" policy. We are a large school system and rely on our group filtering. I reverted back to 5.0.9 and have a case open.
gafrol would you care to provide some details of your implementation? PA 5000s? IPsec tunnels? HA? GlobalProtect? What all are you using? Are you taking advantage of the new DNS blackholing?
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