We have 2 palo alot firewalls & we are trying to establish a ipsec tunnel between both. We proved that all vpn configurations are correct and were able to establish the tunnel & pass traffic but only if we add a firewall rule saying allow any/any/an
We use two PaloAlto PA-220 firewalls at my work place, and I have been so amazingly impressed by the GUI interface and all the reporting tools on PA devices (especially the Application Command Center ), I was considering piking up a 2nd hand PaloA
We have issues logging back to panorama and error message is authentication profile missing. I have opened a case but to me it looks most likely we have to rebuild or factory reset it. We do have the daily configuration backup .tgz file which contain
My company has a Cisco VOIP phone system. We recently switched over to PAN220 to PAN220 firewalls w/ IPSEC VPN tunnel connectivity between our two locations. We are experiencing significant problems with a single Cisco ATA 191 SIP de
We have split-tunneling enabled for our 400+ remote users, but recently was asked if we can disable split-tunneling for a single GlobalProtect client. We are running PAN-OS 8.1 code and GlobalProtect 5.0. I don't see a way but thought I'd ask.
Just want to start by stating I have not tried this yet so I am asking the community to see if anyone has. The question is, will maps/directions and geo location work correctly for a mobile device if the mobile device is on GlobalProtect. T
Using PANOS 8.1.11 and trying to export the list of policies along with the source/destination IP addresses, however I can see the policy names fine, but the source/destination/zone/apps/services columns are jumbled with HTML info. Is there a way to