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Palo Alto Configuration Change

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Hi,

 

Long time lurker here.

I need some directions with a project I am preparing.

The project adapts the way we communicate with the internet. This means preparing PBF rules, NAT rules, quite some objects(100+) and groups (10+) and also adapting the way the security rules interact with the zones. All this is quite some configuration change and I was wondering what tool would be best to prepare this offline. Ideally i would like to create a new config (based on the existing) that I can simply upload so that I can test it whenever I want and rollback easily for later changes/retesting/evaluation. I was thinking about using maybe Expedition for this or so. Upload existing, make changes there and export new config.What do you guys think would be best?

PS: This is a Palo Alto 5220 Cluster with 800+ rules and a few thousand objects.

 

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Agreed that Expedition is best.  However, based on the complexity, you may want to contact your reseller to get a few (8 or 16) Pro Service hours, so that you have some expertise to work on.  Trying to tshoot here at the Live Community is probably not realistic. 

Good Luck.

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Cyber Elite
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@sopa,

Expedition would be the way to go with this unless you are already used to modifying the XML directly. Professional services could be useful, but I think building this out manually would be easy enough.

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