05-28-2020 06:19 AM
We are getting warning message (Warning: No valid DNS Security License) when we commit every time. currently we are using PAN OS 9.0.5. Is it possible to disable this warning message.
09-09-2021 01:34 AM
For me those settings worked: PanOS 10.1.2:
10-28-2021 11:20 AM
I've copied these settings on 10.1.3 and it still gives me the bloody warning 😥
11-12-2021 03:30 AM
I had the same problem when upgrading from 9.1.11 to 10.0.7. I found out what "botnet-domains" were by looking at the CLI's "set" commands: SSH into Palo Alto device > then enter this:
set cli pager off
set cli terminal width 500
set cli scripting-mode on
set cli config-output-format set
To get rid of the missing DNS license warning, you have to set allow/disable not only in the "default-paloalto-dns" line, but also on all other lines below "DNS Security" in Palo Alto's GUI.
11-12-2021 03:51 AM
Hi JH123, I had all the bottom ones set the same as you, once i changed the default-paloalto-dns to allow and disable, my warning has also now gone. Thank you 🙂
02-17-2022 07:38 AM
So effectively Palo Alto moved the sinkhole feature to the DNS security license? It was previously in the threat prevention license.
That and forcing us to the new unnecessary advanced url filtering license... this is really concerning.
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