The connection between the Prisma Access Cloud and the on-prem devices is usually based on the IPSEC protocol for site to site VPNs. For extra security, configure Prisma Access to be the VPN responder and the on-prem firewall/router as the VPN initiator.
This Nominated Discussion Article is based on the post " CLI Guide Needed for Palo Alto FW " by @ganeshprasad and answered by @Raido_Rattameister. Read on to see how you can find commands in the CLI!
Please share me the Palo alto cli guide which will have all command line.
You can also find commands using find command.
For example searching for "license"
> find command keyword license delete license key <value> delete license token-file <value> show oss-license show running url-license show license-token-files name <value> debug dataplane ctd-agent license request license install <value> request license info request license fetch auth-code <value> request license api-key set key <value> request license api-key delete request license api-key show request license deactivate VM-Capacity mode <auto|manual> request license deactivate key mode <auto|manual> features request license deactivate key mode <auto|manual> features [ <features1> <features2>... ] request dnsproxy license refresh scp import license from <value> remote-port <1-65535> source-ip <ip/netmask> scp export license-token-file from <value> to <value> remote-port <1-65535> source-ip <ip/netmask> tftp import license from <value> file <value> remote-port <1-65535> source-ip <ip/netmask> tftp export license-token-file from <value> to <value> remote-port <1-65535> source-ip <ip/netmask>
> configure Entering configuration mode  # find command keyword license set shared admin-role <name> role device webui device licenses <enable|read-only|disable>