Overall I've had a really smooth expereince overall with 8.0.5 and 8.0.6/8.0.6h3.
One thing (and it could be completelty unrelated) I will point out is that I have ran accross two incidents where I seem to have a "stuck rule" in the firewall where the rule no longer exists in the config (which is pushed via Panorama) but yet the logs show traffic hitting the non-existant rule and being allowed or denied based on a previous seperately configured rule. This seems to only have happened with some combination of me making sweeping changes to sub-interfaces, zones and zone names, policies, etc. as I am going through a giant redesign. Restarting the firewall seems to resolve the issue.
I have not seen any issues with normal day to day usage.
We have picked up a problem on a PA-5260 running PANos 8.0.6. We have logged a call with Tac but maybe somebody has also picked up this problem.
We have a 1gb link to the internet and we have setup a QoS monitoringprofile on the external interfase. This is coonect with firbe to a SFP+.
The interface connects at 10GB and there are no errors. When we look at the QoS stats we only see between 40 and 60 Mbps but we do see a spike to 500 mb.
When we run a speed test from the internal to the internet we only get between 30 and 60 Mbps but when we connect to the switch on the external and run the speed test we get between 800 and 900 Mbps.
Has anybody else picked up this problem and if so, who was it resolved?
Looks like this behaivior is resolved in 8.0.7.
Fixed an issue where PA-5020 firewalls supported a maximum bandwidth ( Egress Max) of only 1Gbps for classes of service ( Network > Network Profiles > QoS). With this fix, the Egress Max limit is 8Gbps on PA-5020 firewalls and 16Gbps on PA-5050 and PA5060 firewalls.
Thanks everyone for your comments. I guess we should start a new one of these for 8.0.7 :) since it has a few CVE's for vulnerabilities.
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