Hi @sctlicenses ,
The official EOL list is located here:
Unfortunately the PA-220 and PA-880 aren't yet listed.
You can check the EOL policy here:
Specifically for hardware it mentions the following:
For hardware products, the following End-of-Life policy applies:
Palo Alto Networks will use commercially reasonable efforts to provide 6 months notice prior to a product's End of Sale, at which time the product will no longer be available for order.
Palo Alto Networks will provide technical assistance for a period of 5 years following the End-of-Sale date, provided a valid support contract is maintained continuously on the product.
Software embedded inside hardware products will continue to be supported according to the Software Version Support Policy (below). In addition, the last Major and Minor feature release available for the hardware product will continue to be supported for the duration of the End-of-Life cycle. Software support may include technical support, bug fixes, Maintenance releases, workarounds, and patches for critical bugs.
Hardware replacement or replacement parts will be available for 5 years following the End-of-Sale date, provided a valid support contract is maintained continuously on the product. At Palo Alto Networks’ discretion, hardware may be replaced with a similar or equivalent product.
A product must be covered by a support contract as of the End-of-Sale date to be eligible for support renewal. Support contracts may be renewed for the duration of the End-of-Life cycle, and cannot be allowed to lapse during this time and be reinstated later.
There seems to be some confusion about the PA-220/PA-220r EoL (we just had a discussion about this with our team and a PANW resource).
The EoL documentation states the PA-200 is EoS (not EoL yet). Notice that this is NOT the PA-200 series but the actual PA-200 model (see below for URL). The PA-220 and PA-220r are not yet officially slated for EoL/EoS. However, it is a good idea to consider the PA-400 series instead of the PA-220/PA-220r as their life is reaching its end.
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