Palo Alto VM-100 installed on VMWare workstation is unable to connect to internet.

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Palo Alto VM-100 installed on VMWare workstation is unable to connect to internet.

L0 Member

Hi All,

 

I have installed a Palo Alto firewall on my vmware workstation 8.0, with current settings i am able to access the Firewall GUI from my machine browser. But unfortunately, i am unable to connect to internet via firewall interface. I have 3 interfaces namely - mgmt, Untrust and Trust. I am trying to update license on firewall which requires internet access, but ending up a message.

 

"Failed to check content upgrade info due to generic communication error. Please check network connectivity and try again."

 

Here i am attaching the connectivity diagram, virtual network editor and network interfaces screenshot.

 

Can some please help me to resolve this connectivity problem.

 

I am trying to follow the setup published on udemy.com.. here is the link:

https://www.udemy.com/palo-alto-firewalls-installation-configuration-management/learn/v4/content

 

 

Diagram.PNGerror.JPGvirtual network editor.JPGnetwork interfaces.JPG

 

 

 

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L6 Presenter

Hi,

 

can you please "bridge" your first network adapter (mgmt) to your PC network card:

 

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This will let you use your physical PC interface card in order to get to the Internet through your home router. 

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L6 Presenter

Hi,

 

can you please "bridge" your first network adapter (mgmt) to your PC network card:

 

gg.PNG

 

This will let you use your physical PC interface card in order to get to the Internet through your home router. 

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