08-12-2022 10:27 AM
While I already have googled and found some solutions, I would like to get input from you to see what you have used and works well.
In a windows environment, what do you use to point your PAN's NTP configuration to an authenticated server? I know domain controllers use Kerberos with other windows systems, but not 3rd party devices.
Any and all input is appreciated.
08-15-2022 08:30 AM
I have not had any true luck in authenticated NTP servers. I guess you are correct that internally, you can use Kerberos, but as for public servers, nothing has worked in the 10 years I have worked with PANW (unless, of course, I control the NTP server on the internet, which is possible. :P)
08-15-2022 04:57 PM
Cisco routers and switches work fine as authenticated NTP servers. I prefer to have a few devices get time from the Internet, and then the rest of the internal devices get time from them.
08-19-2022 08:59 AM
Hello @TomYoung ,
Yeah we use internal domain controllers for centralized time. I'll keep digging as I dont want to use the Cisco's for this purpose at this time.
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