Service Route in Palo Alto | Role based authentication | Running & Candidate configurations | Backup configurations

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Service Route in Palo Alto | Role based authentication | Running & Candidate configurations | Backup configurations

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In our series of Network Security from Basic to advanced theories & practical discussion, today is below target

 

  •  What is the Services Route & how to configure it
  •  Role base user management, authentication & creating users to assign rights, etc.
  •  Running & candidate configurations
  •  Configuration Management

 

What is Service Route in Palo Alto & how to configure?

 

By default, the Palo Alto firewall uses a management port as Out-of-Band (OOB) for different services like Version update/downloading, different signatures, patch updates, user verification through AD & for Network management Panorama, etc. However, in some practical scenarios due to limitations, different types of servers are not reachable through the management port but it’s reachable through in-band (IB) Data interfaces. For this issue need to configure a service route for interaction between Firewall & servers to communicate through Data interfaces.

 

 

Below are the steps to configure the service route. Keep checking my next posts I will show service route configurations in Active Directory (AD) integration LAB.

 

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 For complete reading below link for reference

 

https://www.readteknology.com/2023/07/service-route-in-palo-alto-role-based.html

 

Thanks

 

Implement IP Network & Security knowledge in Cloud.

https://www.readteknology.com/
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