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Understanding number of locations for Local type

L5 Sessionator

Hi All,

 

I have a question related to Prisma Access License.
As you know, there are two types of licenses; local and worldwide.
When I select "LOCAL" type, there is limitation on number of locations which is up to 5 locations.

My understanding is that I can select 5 locations for MU and another 5 locations for RN,
and these limitations (max. of 5) are individual for MU/RN.
However, my local account SE says this limitation is in total.
Is it true?

 


Let me give you example for understanding my question:

Let's say if I configure MU in following locations: US West, US East, Netherland Central, Singapore, and Australia East,
I'm thinking I can configure RN in following locations: Brazil Central, Croatia, Greece, Hong Kong, and Japan Central.
Account SE says it's impossible to select another 5 locations for RN, but able to select same 5 locations as MU for RN.

In addition to above, since I have LAB edition of Prisma Access (number of limitation is 2),
I could configure 2 different locations for each MU/RN.

 

 

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

AFAIK you get 5 locations for each

 

so you can pick 5 locations for MU-SPN and 5 for RN-SPN

they can overlap or be completely different

Tom Piens
PANgurus - Strata specialist; config reviews, policy optimization

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

AFAIK you get 5 locations for each

 

so you can pick 5 locations for MU-SPN and 5 for RN-SPN

they can overlap or be completely different

Tom Piens
PANgurus - Strata specialist; config reviews, policy optimization

L5 Sessionator

Hi Reaper,

Thanks for your reply. I understood.

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