Basic fundamentals

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rparamati
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Basic fundamentals

Hi,

Just have some queries on Palo Alto firewalls posting some questions. Help on these is much appreciated.pi

1)  How to initiate a ping from GUI

2) As per my knowledge Vwire Sub-interfaces must be acquiring the properties from parent interface, and we need not configure the Vwire Object for Vwire Subinterfaces. But in PAN-OS 5.0.4 even for interfaces it is asking to configure the Vwire Object. Please provide some clarification on it.

3)  Path where PAN-OS gets installed


4) What type of encapsulation does interfaces of palo alto devices support?


Thanks

Raj

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Gregoux
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Hello

for the ping by the gui, It doesn't exit you can use the ping by the CLI. but you could use the monitoring profile to monitor by ping a device with the policy base forwarding

for the subinterface of vwire is used to deferentiate the tag vlan of packet traffic, and a vwire object is an association of just two interface, that define a bridge. for the subinterface with the same tag vlan you have to affect a specific vlan object.

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Gregoux
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Hello

for the ping by the gui, It doesn't exit you can use the ping by the CLI. but you could use the monitoring profile to monitor by ping a device with the policy base forwarding

for the subinterface of vwire is used to deferentiate the tag vlan of packet traffic, and a vwire object is an association of just two interface, that define a bridge. for the subinterface with the same tag vlan you have to affect a specific vlan object.

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rparamati
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Thanks for the response.

Earlier when i was working with 4.1 version of PAN-OS vwire object for vwire subinterfaces was not required.

Now in 5.0.4 version even the vwire subinterface have to be bind in Vwire Object.

Does both make any difference.

Thanks

Raj

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