PAN-OS 7.1 WebGUI Update

by on ‎02-24-2016 12:38 PM - edited on ‎10-04-2016 08:20 PM by (33,866 Views)

One of the many improvements Palo Alto Networks accomplishes with PAN-OS 7.1 is an updated WebGUI. With PAN-OS 7.1, all platforms, including Panorama, will be updated.

 

 


Note: When switching contexts on Panorama, the GUI will match the version on the target firewall. The GUI will change from PAN-OS 7.1 to PAN-OS 7.0 and earlier GUI.

 

Following are examples of the different screens in the WebGUI from PAN-OS 7.0 (before), then PAN-OS 7.1 (after) to show differences in the WebGUI. In these examples, functionality remains unchanged, only the appearance of the GUI changes between PAN-OS 7.1 and PAN-OS 7.0.

 

Dashboard Overview
PAN-OS 7.0 Dashboard Overview

dashboard-7.0.jpg

PAN-OS 7.1 Dashboard Overview

dashboard-7.1.jpg

 

Radio & OK Buttons
PAN-OS 7.0 Radio and OK Buttons (Objects > Services)

radio-7.0.jpg

PAN-OS 7.1 Radio and OK Buttons (Objects > Services)

radio-7.1.jpg

 

Application Objects
PAN-OS 7.0 Objects > Applications

applications-7.0.jpg

PAN-OS 7.1 Objects > Applications

applications-7.1.jpg

 

Administrators
PAN-OS 7.0 Device > Administrators

adminitrators-7.0.jpg

PAN-OS 7.1 Device > Administrators

adminitrators-7.1.jpg

 

Address Group
PAN-OS 7.0 Objects > Address Group (add or edit)

address group-7.0.jpg

PAN-OS 7.1 Objects > Address Group (add or edit)

address group-7.1.jpg

 

Interfaces
PAN-OS 7.0 Network > Interfaces

interfaces-7.0.jpg

PAN-OS 7.1 Network > Interfaces

interfaces-7.1.jpg

 

Decryption
PAN-OS 7.0 Objects > Decryption Profile

decryption-7.0.jpg

PAN-OS 7.1 Objects > Decryption Profile

decryption-7.1.jpg

 

Security Policy
PAN-OS 7.0 Policies > Security

policies-7.0.jpg

PAN-OS 7.1 Policies > Security

policies-7.1.jpg

 

Security Policy rule detail
PAN-OS 7.0 Policies > Security (add or edit)

policies detail-7.0.jpg

PAN-OS 7.1 Policies > Security (add or edit)

policies detail-7.1.jpg

 

ACC (Application Command Center)
PAN-OS 7.0 ACC

acc-7.0.jpg

PAN-OS 7.1 ACC

acc-7.1.jpg

 

Management Tab
PAN-OS 7.0 Device > Setup > Management tab

device management-7.0.jpg

PAN-OS 7.1 Device > Setup > Management tab

device management-7.1.jpg

 

Global Protect - HIP Objects
PAN-OS 7.0 Objects > GlobalProtect > HIP Objects (add or edit)

HIP-7.0.jpg

PAN-OS 7.1 Objects > GlobalProtect > HIP Objects (add or edit)

HIP-7.1.jpg


Panorama

Panorama Dashboard Overview
PAN-OS 7.0 Panorama Dashboard Overview

Panorama dashboard-7.0.jpg

PAN-OS 7.1 Panorama Dashboard Overview

Panorama dashboard-7.1.jpg

 

Panorama Managed Devices
PAN-OS 7.0 Panorama > Managed Devices

panorama Managed Devices-7.0.jpg

PAN-OS 7.1 Panorama > Managed Devices

panorama Managed Devices-7.1.jpg

 

Panorama commit
PAN-OS 7.0 Panorama commit

Panorama commit-7.0.jpg

PAN-OS 7.1 Panorama commit

Panorama commit-7.1.jpg

 

This gives you a better idea of the graphical changes in the WebGUI.

 

Please let us know if you have any comments or suggestions below.

 

 

Comments
by Rene
on ‎04-13-2016 02:46 AM

There is still some work to do on the new WebGui.

I like the whole "flat" idea but the font on the tabs and headers of the widgets on the dashboard are not very clean (looks squized together and too big). To be honest, my opinion is that the font is ugly.

 

The yellow on the menu's, headers and policies is a little too much. It's off of the other colors. Too bright. 

by RobWalker
on ‎05-23-2016 12:55 PM

Agree completely.  I like the new look overall but that font is really rough to look at.  Even the kerning seems wrong.


by Elliot_Wilen
on ‎11-30-2016 01:45 PM

Does the webgui have any flash elements? After I installed Flash in my browser (will disable it now), I find I'm prompted to allow the webgui URL to run Flash. But I can't find any reference to flash or swf objects in the web source.

by Elliot_Wilen
on ‎11-30-2016 05:01 PM

I've found two locations containing flash. Both are in the the javascript declared within the source of https://<device>/#dashboard::

 

<script src='/scripts/cache/3rdparty.javascript?__version=1474683248' type='text/javascript'></script>

<script src='/js/3rdParty/ext/ext-all.js?__version=1474683021'></script>

 

Both of these contain the string "swf" in their code, so I think one or the other is causing Flash to load. But why? The WebGUI works perfectly well in a browser that doesn't have Flash or has it completely disabled. Why bring Flash into the picture at all on a firewall management interface, where security should be paramount?

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