Template stacks and Vsys1

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Template stacks and Vsys1

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I am running into an issue when attempting to create a template stack and vsys1 not being able to be removed. I have a defined vsys that I want to use with all the necessary information already in it and as I start building out my stack I noticed that my preferred vsys is listed under Templates -> <Stack defined> -> virtual system and it is the only vsys present. At the stack level once I start to override the network interfaces two things happen, 1) vsys1 gets added on its own and it says it's learning it at the stack level. 2) extra zones get defined with names similar to the ones already present. I can delete those extra zones but not the extra vsys. I cannot override those extra zones. We have a different stack I am referencing as a model since that one does not have the extra vsys1 added. We are running Pano version 10.2.4-h2.


-Device specific template has the preferred vsys defined with interfaces already included

-device group specific template has the proffered vsys added and selected as the default vsys

-template stack is where the issues begin when attempting the interface override.


Thank you.


Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

Hello @AGuillen1


vsys1 is a default vsys and can't be deleted. Could you check Documentation.


Kind Regards


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