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Panorama modes

Hello, 

 

I have read about Panorama's modes. But I would like to know if Templates and Group Device's configurations are available without matter what mode is the VM/Physical device. 

 

As I understand the documentation, the Panorama's mode only determines how logs data is stored.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Regards,


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Hi,

if you refer to the difference of legacy / non legacy mode: Device Groups and Templates are available independed of Panorama mode.
Note that the legacy mode is already depreciated, new 9+ installation do not give you legacy options.


If you refer to those Panorama / Management / Log Collector modes: in log collector mode you cannot configure devices.

 

Regards,

Alex

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Hi,

if you refer to the difference of legacy / non legacy mode: Device Groups and Templates are available independed of Panorama mode.
Note that the legacy mode is already depreciated, new 9+ installation do not give you legacy options.


If you refer to those Panorama / Management / Log Collector modes: in log collector mode you cannot configure devices.

 

Regards,

Alex

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@AlexSieber 

 

So, If I have one client in Management or in Panorama mode, can I configure Templates and Device Groups?

 

Thanks a lot. 

 

Regards, 

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Not sure what you mean with "client". But if you deploy a Panorama VM or hardware appliance and run that device in Panorama or Management mode - yes you can configure Templates and Devices Groups.

 

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Thanks a lot @AlexSieber.

 

Regards, 

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