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 "View exported Policy details from console" by @Shahwaz_Md and responded to by @anlynch. Read on to see the discussion and solution!
We have exported all the policies from the console (.export) format but are unable to view them or open them anywhere.
Kindly help me view these exported policy details.
When exporting policies or profiles in Cortex XDR they are going to be given a file extension of .export. Using a program like Sublime Text or Notepad++ you can open the documents and see they're Base64 encoded. You can use a variety of tools like Cyberchef or built in windows utilities to decode the Base64. Just so you're aware once decoded the Base64 will be in .JSON format. Depending on the utility you use the format may need to be edited slightly to appear properly.
This article is based on a discussion, Can we input address range directly to security policy source and destination, posted by @thanawat_l and answered by @aleksandar.astardzhiev. Read on to see the discussion and solution!
Can you input an address range directly to security policy source and destination? Or we need to create a network range object to apply in address only?
You can add this directly in a policy.
You can put host IP, IP/prefix, range and wildcard address in a policy without creating them as an object first.