I haven't noticed anything one this actually come out, and haven't seen any love for it here. However just so everyone is aware Palo Alto is holding an online event February 6th at 9-10:15 PST. You can find further information about the event at the
One of the applications (a default one in the Palo Alto) sometimes connects over an other port than the defined standard port for the application. Since I defined the plicys service as 'application default', this traffic gets blocked.
What PAN-OS are people running these days? I am currently 7.0.8 and it is time for the care-and-feeding of the firewall code at my company. I am looking at upgrading to 7.1.8 (but 7.1.9 just came out today).
I have two PA-820 firewalls that won't come back up after upgrading to 8.0.7. We have power-cycled to no avail. Support doesn't really have any answers beyond that at this point. We also upgraded an 850 that was fine. Any help?
I'm used to working on Cisco ASA and I'm having a hard time understanding why the security rule states Untrust-L3 for both the source and destination zone. Typically wouldn't that be Untrust-L3 to DMZ? Is there a specific reason for this behavior?