How about this :
> configure # set deviceconfig setting ctd skip-block-http-range no # commit
When skip-block-http-range is set to no, any time the Palo Alto Networks firewall sees an HTTP client request for a file with a range request in the header (for example, when resuming a file download), the firewall intercepts it and mimics a server rejecting the range request feature. This tells the client to start from the beginning of the file.
Note: This is global feature to turn on and off which can impact legitimate applications.
Also explained in this article : How-to-Block-Multi-thread-HTTP-Downloads
It's been 5 months since the last reply on this :)
We'll need a little more info than that to work with.
Can you add some more details ?
Note : I've noticed that the proposed CLI from the previous comment isn't available on all platforms.
For example :
This command isn't available on a PA-200 running PAN-OS 8.1.1
This command IS available on a PA-5220 running PAN-OS 8.0.8
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