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Post a discussion here if you have general questions regarding configuration and troubleshooting for Palo Alto Networks products. Use this forum to collaborate with like-minded security professionals to improve your security posture.
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Post a discussion here if you have general questions regarding configuration and troubleshooting for Palo Alto Networks products. Use this forum to collaborate with like-minded security professionals to improve your security posture.

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The Cortex UX Research Lab Is Seeking Participants!

 

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The Cortex team is currently developing a significant UX research effort, the Cortex UX Research Lab, for all aspects of Cortex. As a part of that, we need you — the user — to help us best understand how people use our pro

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JayGolf by Community Team Member
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Resolved! Palo alto networks licence

Hello,

 

I'd like to know if this fonctionnality need a licence GlobalProtect in PAN or not:

 

* VPN client for MAC OS , Windows XP and Vista 

* The third party: Apple iOS, Android 4.0 

 

I will be appreciated for all your helps 

 

 

Thank you 

RCHAIBI by L2 Linker
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GlobalProtect: The server certificate is invalid

I am trying to configure GlobalProtect (hereafter: "GP") TLS VPN on a PA-3050 running PAN-OS 8.0.6-h3. I am working with a GP client version 4.0.5.

 

I have successfully configured GP so that I am able to connect when using a self-signed certificate

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PPPoe connecting to Centurylink / Qwest

I am replacing ASA boxes with PA. Currently the DSL modems are set up in "transparent" mode. This means that the firewall makes the "call".

The ISP assigned a block of static IP's and at least in case of the ASA I do not need to specify anything else

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