For OSPF configuration on the Cisco router, we normally define a wild card mask.
e.g. network 220.127.116.11 0.0.0.255 area 0.
What this configuration tells the Cisco router is to form OSPF neighbor with all IP address that being with 1.1.1.x IP address.
Do we have any option of configuring such a wild card mark on the Palo Alto firewall?
Or on the Palo Alto all we need to do is defined the interface with the correct subnet mask and that should take care of the configuration? I believe the later option is how it works.
Can someone help cofirm?
I found myself chuckling at your comment. It was very good. Seeing that Cisco likes to "do their own thing".. PANW follows the correct standard...
So you answer is, as you stated:
On the Palo Alto all we need to do is defined the interface with the correct subnet mask (correct is good. :P) and that should take care of the configuration.
Thanks for the smiles.
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