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Panorama & HA Pair questions

L1 Bithead

I'm just getting started with  Pair of 5000's in Active/Passive and plan to manage them via Panorama. Should I be pushing policy to the 'primary' PA firewall or create a device group and push the policy to both?

Second question: We plan on bringing up a secondary internret connection in about a year with a building and will be adding another pair of PA firewall. The internet connection will be redundent. Is there a way to push policy to multiple sets of firewalls other than through Pre and Post rules? How will be I be able to copy the rules that I've created in the coming year to this new set of firewalls?

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L4 Transporter

You must push the Panorama config to both HA peers. The shared config is not included as part of the device HA config sync.

You can use the target column on a rule to specify the rule is sent to a subset of all devices included in a device group. There is currently no capability on Panorama/PAN-OS that supports a copy/paste workflow for rule/object movement. Does this answer the second question?

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L4 Transporter

You must push the Panorama config to both HA peers. The shared config is not included as part of the device HA config sync.

You can use the target column on a rule to specify the rule is sent to a subset of all devices included in a device group. There is currently no capability on Panorama/PAN-OS that supports a copy/paste workflow for rule/object movement. Does this answer the second question?

By shared policy, you are referring to the pre and post rules?

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