Log Collector question

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Log Collector question

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Panorama must be running the same (or later) software release as Log Collectors but must have the same or an earlier content release version:

  • Software release version
    —If your Panorama management server is not already running the same or a later software release than the release to which you intend to update Log Collectors, then you must install the same or a later Panorama release on Panorama (see Install Content and Software Updates for Panorama) before you update any Log Collectors.
  • Content release version
    —For content release versions, you should ensure that all Log Collectors are running the latest content release version or, at minimum, running a later version than is running on Panorama; if not, then first update managed firewalls (using Panorama) and then update Log Collectors before you update the content release version on the Panorama management server.

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If it is local on Panorama, it will be running the same code as Panorama.

D. Elliott

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Great, thank you for the clarification.

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Same principle applies to Panorama management of firewalls as with log-collectors.  Panorama must be at the same level of PAN-OS code or higher.

D. Elliott
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What if the log collector is local?

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If it is local on Panorama, it will be running the same code as Panorama.

D. Elliott

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Great, thank you for the clarification.

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