I recommend reviewing the customer advisory linked above in detail in order to understand the next steps and applicability. Essentially, the root and default certificate on PAN-OS will expire on December 31, 2023 - if not renewed before that date, this will result in firewalls and/or Panorama losing connectivity to our cloud services as well as between each other when data redistribution (User-ID, Tags, etc.) is configured, potentially causing an impact to network traffic.
All of our Palo Alto firewalls and Panorama running in software version - 10.2.5 , do we need to upgrade it or its already fixed.
HI @kdamodaran ,
On 10.2.5 you are good to go. On 10.2.4 or greater, the PA root certificates are included.
HI there, I've received the same message when logging in to our firewall. Current version is 10.1.3. I followed the link on the firewall which brought me here but it tells me i do not have access permissions to get to see how i remedy this issue. Can someone please help with this...Ill happily renew the certificate if Palo Alto will be so kind as to let us know how it is done!
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