NAT, Routing and license requirements

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NAT, Routing and license requirements

Hello Bros,

                I have an unlicensed and out of support single paloalto 3220 appliance, and this device is not licensed now as we have upgraded to paloalto ha.

my question is I wanted to re-use this appliance for some network services such as nat and routing within the network. is this possible to accomplish without any licenses?

TIA

MR
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Pawel_G
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Yes. You are able to use 3220 for Routing, Nat, Policy. You will be not able to get newer software, URL filtering, threat prevention and any other updates that are coming in from Palo Alto and of course you will not get any support.

 

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Pawel_G
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Yes. You are able to use 3220 for Routing, Nat, Policy. You will be not able to get newer software, URL filtering, threat prevention and any other updates that are coming in from Palo Alto and of course you will not get any support.

 

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Thank you so much. 

MR
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