Hello, I am new to Palo Altos. We just took over a company with a Palo Alto and we are taking a look at all of the settings in the device to get a handle on how everything is set up. I wanted to see if someone could clarify something for me. When I looked at what appears to be the internet facing interface, all I see is an IP assigned to the interface. I don't see a gateway or anything like that. I then dug around some more and discovered that it seems as though Palo Altos have you create a default route to the "next hop" in the network which I assume serves as the gateway? Am I interpreting this correctly? Also, would I be correct in assuming that the MGMT interface serves the same purpose as the "LAN interface" on most firewalls? The unit I am currently working with is a Palo ALto 200.
Welcome tothe PAN world. First the mgmt interface is just that, it cannot route traffic. The PAN has a virtual router that controls where traffic flows, Network tab -> Virtual Routers. I would assume that it is in teh static routes section.
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