That's not an issue.. I just want to share with you this thought
Starting from the fact that the egress interface is NOT a matching criteria.. But I have to configure around 80 VPN tunnel (with their own backup tunnel using pbf option "disable if unreachable") .. so it means I will have 80 warnings.. :,(
It should be useful to put egress interface in PBF policies as a matching criteria?
What is it your opinion?
It's not possible to put the egress interface as a condition, as the PBF is itself responsible for determining the egress interface (the result cannot be a condition).
In Palo Alto, either the PBF or the Routing table determines the egress interface.
In your screenshot I can guess rule 7 is shadowing 8, 3 is shadowing 4. Reason is that the conditions are identical for 3/4 and 7/8. Moreover, rule 8 and rule 4 might not actually trigger if you don't choose the monitor profile correctly or check the box for 'Disable this rule if the next hop/monitor IP is unavailable'.
Nothing can be done about the warnings. By the way, how many paths can a single tunnel take? If it's just 2, usually you'd put the main path in the PBF and a backup path in the VR. Do you have 3 paths, 2 via PBF and 1 via VR? If it's 2, configure the backup path in the VR (static route = next hop is backup tunnel interface (no IP req'd)). And, in your PBF choose a monitor profile with the Action - Fail over and uncheck the box for 'Disable this rule if the next hop/monitor IP is unavailable'.
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