Link Aggregation

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tmallen
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Link Aggregation

Does anyone know if the Palo Alto has or will have (in a future release) the abilty to aggregate WAN links?


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James
L4 Transporter

Hi There,

You can check feature requests with your local Sales team.

That being said, there is support for Link Aggregation for Ethernet interfaces.  There is also support for Policy Based Forwarding to put different traffic over different WAN links.

Not sure if either of those match your requirements?

Thanks

James

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James
L4 Transporter

Hi There,

You can check feature requests with your local Sales team.

That being said, there is support for Link Aggregation for Ethernet interfaces.  There is also support for Policy Based Forwarding to put different traffic over different WAN links.

Not sure if either of those match your requirements?

Thanks

James

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ncampagna
Palo Alto Networks Guru

Hello,

Just to add one detail to what James said, link aggregation is available on the PA-4000 only.

Thanks,

Nick

migration
L0 Member

Dear sir,

I have  one question.

How can I find the documents about Link Aggregation in this support site.

Kind regards,

Takayuki Shimamoto

bpappas
L6 Presenter

@Takayuki Shimamoto:

1. you can search for Link Aggregation using the search feature of Knowledge Point

2. The Administrators Guide (located under 'Technical Documentation') is a reference document for the PAN devices and contains information regarding the options available for link aggregation

3. At the top level of Knowledge Point (https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/community/knowledgepoint) navigate to "documents" -> "networking" where you will find all of the Knowledge Point documents that have been published under the "networking" heading.

If you don't find the specific information that you are looking for in a document on Knowledge Point you can post a comment on the document page requesting more information and we will update the document as needed.

-Benjamin

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