06-16-2020 02:24 AM
We have a customer who has upgraded to 9.0 and they get shadow rule warnings since the upgrade.
All the shadowing rules are more generic with any/any for source and destination, but with source user restrictions.
The shadowed rules have more specific source/destination values.
Traffic is hitting the shadowed rules.
The same rules weren't triggering any warnings under 8.1
Has anyone experienced a similar issue?
06-16-2020 07:00 AM
Yes, I have the same thing with upgrade in 9.0.8 (from 8.1.x) but I haven't created a case yet
(For example: src.user ignored)
06-30-2020 06:41 AM
It appears to be a bug, a fix is targeted for 9.0.11 and 9.1.5
07-01-2020 08:28 AM
Do you have a reference for this being noted for 9.0.11? Been doing some digging and not finding anything calling this out.
03-09-2021 04:58 AM
Do we have the bug ID provided by Palo Alto TAC for this issue? Ta.
03-09-2021 06:07 AM
Fixed a cosmetic issue where misleading App-ID and rule shadowing warnings populated after a commit.
Fixed in 9.0.11 hopefully this is the one.
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