PAN OS 10, Two devices on different subnets in the same zone

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PAN OS 10, Two devices on different subnets in the same zone

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We are running a Palo 5220. If we setup two different virtual interfaces with two different IP subnets in the same zone. Will I need to setup security policies to allow the two different subnets in a single zone to communicate. or will the Palo route traffic between subnets in the same zone with out any additional security policies?  

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Cyber Elite
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@MantaIT,

By default, you wouldn't need to do anything to allow this traffic. It'll be caught by the intrazone-default policy and allowed without any action on your end. 

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Cyber Elite
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@MantaIT,

By default, you wouldn't need to do anything to allow this traffic. It'll be caught by the intrazone-default policy and allowed without any action on your end. 

Thank you very much, that was my thought, but it was not unanimous in our group. We are planning on setting up a test in our lab also, but I thought I could get a quick reply here also. You were a huge help. Thank you. 

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