New and Updated Features for PAN-OS 10.0.3

kiwi
Community Team Member

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Hi everyone,

 

With today's blog I would like to highlight some of the new and updated features in PAN-OS version 10.0.3.

 

Prior to upgrading, I would recommend checking out the release guidance page or reaching out to your Professional Services or Focused Services account manager for a more tailored release guidance.

 

New and updated PAN-OS 10.0.3 features*

FEATURE
CHANGE
Multiple APNs on S11 interfaces for RAN deployments
In PAN-OS 10.0.2 and earlier, all access point names (APNs) from the same user equipment (UE) shared a single GTP-C tunnel on an S11 interface.
In PAN-OS 10.0.3 and later, the firewall supports multiple APNs on an S11 interface for RAN deployments by creating separate sessions for multiple APNs. By dividing the GTP-C tunnel into multiple sessions, the firewall now processes each APN independently.
Scheduled Reports for Cortex Data Lake

(PAN-OS 10.0.3 or later) Beginning with PAN-OS 10.0.3, support for scheduled reports on Cortex Data Lake data is now enabled by default.

IKEv2 Support for AES-GCM Encryption
(
Available with PAN-OS® 10.0.3 and later 10.0 releases
)
Security-conscious customers in financial verticals and other markets who have VPN deployments are standardizing on strong IKE and IPSec security and require PAN-OS firewalls to support AES-GCM (Advanced Encryption Standard with Galois/Counter Mode). PAN-OS firewalls now support two new encryption algorithms for IKEv2 crypto profiles: AES-GCM with 128-bit strength and AES-GCM with 256-bit strength to provide compatibility with other devices and to provide stronger security than AES-CBC (AES with Cipher-Block Chaining).

* - New features taken from Changes to Default Behavior and Networking Features 

 

More Info

 

For even more info on PAN-OS, new features, default behaviors, Known and addressed issues, please see the release notes page here:

Version 10.0 Release Notes 

 

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Kiwi out!

 
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