losing panorama config pushed to firewall

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losing panorama config pushed to firewall

 

wondering if we have pushed all the config from panorama to pa.

PA has all the global  security polices.

 

what will happen  if we lose that panorama device like hardware failure?

 

or if we delete all the config from panorama and give it reboot?

MP

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@MP18 wrote:

what will happen  if we lose that panorama device like hardware failure?


Nothing. The firewall will work the same as before. Obviously you will have some problems pushing a new policy from panorama without a panorama. If you forward the logs to panorama, then the firewall will locally store the logs untill a connection to panorama is restored.

 


@MP18 wrote:

or if we delete all the config from panorama and give it reboot?


This one I don't get. If you delete the config on panorama but do not commit the config to the firewall, the only thing that happens is that panorama will show that the config on the firewall is out of sync. 

 

Is there something special that you intend to do?

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@MP18 wrote:

what will happen  if we lose that panorama device like hardware failure?


Nothing. The firewall will work the same as before. Obviously you will have some problems pushing a new policy from panorama without a panorama. If you forward the logs to panorama, then the firewall will locally store the logs untill a connection to panorama is restored.

 


@MP18 wrote:

or if we delete all the config from panorama and give it reboot?


This one I don't get. If you delete the config on panorama but do not commit the config to the firewall, the only thing that happens is that panorama will show that the config on the firewall is out of sync. 

 

Is there something special that you intend to do?

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No I was only curious to know how it  bad can happen and how well i am prepared.

It is always good to know all the scenarios.

 

Best Regards

Mike

MP
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