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Hi Community,

 

my last state, was that the VM-700 is the biggest possible VM-Series firewall.

I just noticed here, that the VM-1000-HV exists and seems to be related to the VM-300 performancewise.

https://docs.paloaltonetworks.com/vm-series/8-0/vm-series-deployment/about-the-vm-series-firewall/vm...

 

Can anybody tell me, what the -HV means and when to use this v-appliance?

 

Best Regards

Chacko

Best Regards
Chacko
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Hi @Chacko42 ,

 
All VM models can be deployed as guest virtual machines on different platforms.
 
Check out the following link and change the version to see what exactly is supported (versions 7.1, 8.0, 8.1 and 9.0):
 
On version 7.1 for example: on VMWare NSX, only the VM-1000-HV is supported.
 
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Hi @Chacko42 ,

 

HV = Hypervisor.

 

The VM-300 and VM-1000-HV are indeed looking very similar performancewise.

 

For a full comparison on the differences, check out the product comparison page:

 

https://www.paloaltonetworks.com/products/product-comparison.html?chosen=vm-1000-hv,vm-300

 

Cheers !

-Kiwi.

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Hi @kiwi

thanks for the reply - okay, in comparison VM-1000-HV can do less SSL tunnels.

Does Hypervisor mean, I can install it directly on a bare metal server, or how can I understand that?

I haven't understood, in which use case I need the -HV version

Best Regards
Chacko

Community Team Member

Hi @Chacko42 ,

 
All VM models can be deployed as guest virtual machines on different platforms.
 
Check out the following link and change the version to see what exactly is supported (versions 7.1, 8.0, 8.1 and 9.0):
 
On version 7.1 for example: on VMWare NSX, only the VM-1000-HV is supported.
 
Cheers !
-Kiwi.
LIVEcommunity team member, CISSP
Cheers,
Kiwi
Don't forget to hit that Like button if a post is helpful to you!

The product comarison tool shows they are identical, I think that's why he's asking. Hypervisor support isn't listed on the product comparison page.

our SE advised:

"The VM-1000-HV is a legacy product.  Used to be required for NSX integration, that is no longer required in most cases (unless using a legacy version of VM-ware) the VM-300 is the modern equivalent."

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