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I have this question and cannot find the answer from the online training:

 

Which type of content update does NOT have to be scheduled for download on the firewall?

 

I think it is PAN-DB updates but I just need to make sure.


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Re: content update

You're right with your suggestion.

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Re: content update

that's correct, PAN-DB does not require periodic updates as it is a seed file (initial population of empty cache) rather than an update

reaper - PANgurus.com
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Re: content update

Reaper,

Thank you so much.  I knew the answer I just wanted to make sure not just for the exam but for myself to know.  We have three firewall PA-220; one here in Kabul, one in Kandahar, and the other in Mazar Sharif.  All I wanted to do is monitor user activities and see who is abusing the bandwidth through ACC that is it.

 

We have engineers at our HQ in Texas that take care of the firewall configuration and setup.

 

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Cyber Elite

Re: content update

You're right with your suggestion.

View solution in original post

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L7 Applicator

Re: content update

that's correct, PAN-DB does not require periodic updates as it is a seed file (initial population of empty cache) rather than an update

reaper - PANgurus.com
I drink and I know things

View solution in original post

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L2 Linker

Re: content update

Reaper,

Thank you so much.  I knew the answer I just wanted to make sure not just for the exam but for myself to know.  We have three firewall PA-220; one here in Kabul, one in Kandahar, and the other in Mazar Sharif.  All I wanted to do is monitor user activities and see who is abusing the bandwidth through ACC that is it.

 

We have engineers at our HQ in Texas that take care of the firewall configuration and setup.

 

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