I havent runned it yet but from the release notes the most exciting features to me seems to be:
- Dependencies for AppID are now fixed (no more need to statically open up for web-browsing etc just because you only want to allow clients use Facebook (or whatever))..
- Full IPv6 support (incl stuff like PAN-agent etc).
- More options regarding decryption.
- Own URL-db.
I have not run into any problem with 5.0 with PA200, but I don't use any advanced features at home.
For work, we have 5060 with multiple vsys. We ran into the DP arp issue, which already addressed by 5.0.0-h1. Using Syn Cookies in zone protection with shared gateway is still having issues (4.1.x and 5.0.x). We have more testing to be done on 5.0...
We deployed PANOS 5.0.0 on a PA2020 recently and noticed that that the management CPU utilization suddenly spiked from a regular 10-15% to a regular 60-75% when the system is not being updated... prior to 5.0.0, CPU utilization only spikes whenever there are updates to the definitions...
hopefully, this won't become a problem...
I have a question about upgrade to PANOS 5.0.4
My Appliance PA 5020 have shiped to me, I start it up and see Software version is 4.1.0 . So that, i have project to demo LSVPN for my customer - Now i want upgrade my PAN to 5.0.4.
I have upgraded to 5.0.0 before, but when upgrade it alerts that Content must be 320 or below .
I haven't register the device yet because The appliance belongs to my customer. So, i wonder how to upgrade PAN without register Device.
If I must register the device, sothat how to register device.
Please help me
Thanks a lot.
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