I am trying to set up a lab. I have configured PA and set up a client machine. But I have configured client machine and provided the IP address in the same subnet as one of PA's interface. Even after doing so, I am not able to ping default g
We had a bunch of users loose connectivity from VPN at the same time. But our BGP connections and all network connections were fine. What steps can be taken after-the-fact to verifify if the PAN 5060 in fact caused the issue?
I'm trying to block Google Drive. I've tried a variety of things: URL Filtering for online-storage (which works for Dropbox, icloud etc). But Google Drive still works...I researched and found quite a few forum posts on the topic and see that
My enterprise has a CA root certificate pushed out to all clients. I am now planning to implement ssl decryption and want to import same cert and keys onto firewall for ssl forward proxy. what are the downsides of doing this? is it a good idea to use
I have a german ADSL connection and would like to make it accessible from outside. My server has internally the IP 10.0.109.111. From outside it is accessible via a DynDNS name because the public IP changes daily. My router has the 192.168.4.1 IP and
I configured an 'Email Scheduler' for my custom reports which will be sent on a monthly basis. They will be sent correctly in .pdf format, but when I choose .csv in my 'Report Group' I receive empty .csv files.
I am stuck with a Palo Alto test setup. I have a 6.1.0 VM version running on VMW. I have simulated the inside interface by a 10.10.0/24 subnet—- the two hosts are a **bleep** Small Linux with IP 10.10.10.190 (/24) which is connecting to