Layer 3 VLan on PAN OS

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Layer 3 VLan on PAN OS

L0 Member

Hi all,

I'm hoping someone can help shed some light on an issue I'm having.

quick diagram:

       Vlan 9                  (Layer 3 Interface for Vlan 9)                    VLAN 9

(CISCO SWITCH)-------------[PALO ALTO]---------------(CISCO SWITCH)

          |                                                                                          |

          |                                                                                          |

{HOST A}                                                                               {HOST B}

What would be the ideal configuration for the above setup?

Config on PA

- Layer 3 Interface for Vlan 9

- Create VLan 9 and associated with corresponding Vlan interface

- Create proper policy to allow traffic flow

Testing

- From host A i try to ping the IP address of the Vlan 9 Layer3 interface but I get no response

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L6 Presenter

If your purpose is that HOST A should be able to reach HOST B at layer2 then I would configure the two interfaces at the PA box as layer2. And then create a vlan-interface in the PA which will be the default gw for HOST A and B.

In order to be able to ping the PA itself you need to setup a management profile which you attach to your (in this case) vlan-interface.

When you configure the management profile you can select which of the following protocols should be allowed towards the PA ip-address:

Ping

Telnet

SSH

HTTP

HTTPS

SNMP

Response Pages

along with permitted ip addresses.

L6 Presenter
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