Unable to access Practice labs

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L1 Bithead

Unable to access Practice labs

Hello Team,

 

I am unable to access ip address practice labs for ACE exam given in pdf....I am been working with IBM as there is a tie up with IBM is there anything I need to do

Community Manager

Re: Unable to access Practice labs

not sure which PDF you are referring to (thus which IP addresses you mean) but here is the official practice lab info : https://www.paloaltonetworks.com/services/education/cybersecurity-skills-practice-lab


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L1 Bithead

Re: Unable to access Practice labs

Hello,

 

Thank you for your response!!!

 

I am been referring to ip address https://192.168.1.254. provided in lab guide of ACE training guide

 

 

Community Manager

Re: Unable to access Practice labs

hi @05454H

 

it looks like you're following the 'guided' lessons which usually has an onsite lab at your disposal

192.168.0.0/16 is a private IP range that's only accessible if the lab is at the same location as you are

 

you could look into at the online demo environment from the fuel user group: https://www.fuelusergroup.org/page/fuel-virtual-test-lab-8.0 


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L1 Bithead

Re: Unable to access Practice labs

Hello Reaper,

 

Thank you!!!!

 

So is there any way from where we can get access for unlimited time........

 

   I have requested access from the given link provided by you which will be available only for 4 hours!!!

L6 Presenter

Re: Unable to access Practice labs

Hi @05454H,

 

l think this is how it works. You have only 4 hours slot. 

The best way is to have the VM running locally where you can build your own lab and play with it. 

L1 Bithead

Re: Unable to access Practice labs

Hello,

 

Sounds good!!!

 

Can you please provide me in detail how I can achieve it please?

 

   Will be really helpful

L6 Presenter

Re: Unable to access Practice labs

Hmmm.. Can be tricky if you don't have access to the PA VM image as well as trial licences. 

I think option one: 

Use the lab for 4 hours. Before the expiration of your reserved time, get a copy of the config from Palo. Reserve another 4 hours, upload the config and continue with the lab,

Option two (some costs involved):

spin some EC2 instances and VM on AWS

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