Differnece between Threat Prevention Licenses

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Differnece between Threat Prevention Licenses

Hello everyone,

 

In our environment, we deploy both PA-220's and PA-220R's in the field. Sometimes they are deployed in HA pairs. 

 

I noticed that there's two different types of Threat Prevention license available. 

 

PA-220 (Non Redundant setup)

Mfg. Part: PAN-PA-220-TP-3YR

 

PA-220 (1 device in redundant pair)

Mfg.Part: PAN-PA-220-TP-3YR-HA2

 

PA-220R (Non Redundant setup)

Mfg. Part: PAN-PA-220R-TP-3YR-R

 

PA-220R (1 device in redundant pair)

Mfg.Part: PAN-PA-220R-TP-3YR-HA2

 

Does anyone know what the difference is? I don't understand why there's a specific license for each type of deployment. Model difference, sure, but HA pair? 

 

Thanks for reading.

Drew


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The fee for 2 HA licenses is typically lower than 2 non-HA licenses (at least if you have an active/passive cluster, not sure if this also counts for an active/active cluster).

The ",,,-R" is a license renewal.

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The fee for 2 HA licenses is typically lower than 2 non-HA licenses (at least if you have an active/passive cluster, not sure if this also counts for an active/active cluster).

The ",,,-R" is a license renewal.

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Appreciate the info!

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