Feature Request - Prisma Access secondary tunnel AWS

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Feature Request - Prisma Access secondary tunnel AWS

Hi,

 

Can I request that the devs urgently build the capability to use secondary tunnels to AWS when using dynamic routing (BGP).

 

This is listed as a known issue but I'm not sure if it is on the roadmap for a future release:

https://docs.paloaltonetworks.com/prisma/prisma-access/prisma-access-panorama-release-notes/prisma-a...

CYR-7814  -  Secondary tunnels are not supported with Prisma Access/AWS integrations that use dynamic (BGP) routing.

 

Thanks


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Re: Feature Request - Prisma Access secondary tunnel AWS

@NathanielM Thank you for sharing your interest. The best way that can help your feature request is to approach the Sales Engineer/Account Manager of your account from Palo Alto Networks. They can file a feature request and followup with product teams.

 

Please mark if you are satisfied with the solution. This closes the discussion and helps others to fastly identify the solutions

 

 


~ Sai Srivastava Tumuluri ~

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Re: Feature Request - Prisma Access secondary tunnel AWS

@NathanielM Thank you for sharing your interest. The best way that can help your feature request is to approach the Sales Engineer/Account Manager of your account from Palo Alto Networks. They can file a feature request and followup with product teams.

 

Please mark if you are satisfied with the solution. This closes the discussion and helps others to fastly identify the solutions

 

 


~ Sai Srivastava Tumuluri ~

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Re: Feature Request - Prisma Access secondary tunnel AWS

This issue now should be resolved by using our ECMP for Remote Networks feature. This allows up to 4 IPSEC/BGP tunnels to RN endpoints. See the documentation below for ECMP and other 1.5 Cloud Services plugin features:

 

https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/t5/Blogs/NEW-Prisma-Access-1-5-Updates/ba-p/298139

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