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Brief Description Simplify and validate the firewall configuration for the Cortex IoT security service. The skillets also include the Cortex Data Lake skillets due to Data Lake and IoT service integration.   Below is a quick summary of the solution, a how-to guide for setting up the solution, and an explanation of the solution workflow menu options.     Target Audience PAN-OS Cortex IoT validations and configuration to ensure NGFW readiness. Also an IoT traffic generator for Linux endpoints.   Prerequisites Active Cortex Data Lake license Preshared key for on-boarding firewalls to Cortex Data Lake panHandler version 4.0 or later import of panos-logging-skillets Linux hosts (tested with Ubuntu 18.04)   Skillet Details Documentation:  https://github.com/PaloAltoNetworks/iot-automated-solution/blob/master/README.md Github Location: https://github.com/PaloAltoNetworks/iot-automated-solution.git Github Branches:   master PAN-OS Versions Supported:   9.x, 10.0 Type of Skillet:   panos Collections: CDL IoT   Full Description The suite of skillets are design to assist with and validate the Cortex Data Lake install and then implement required configuration elements for DHCP and traffic logging specific to the IoT security service.   IoT configuration assist is based on the Get Started with IoT Security documentation. Workflow Various selection options based on software version and deployment type for IoT. The workflow steps through the needed skillets required by the user. Validation The validation skillet checks required elements for a successful Cortex Data Lake (CDL) and Cortex IoT install. Key items include firewall licensing, global CDL configuration, fetch CDL certificates, and CDL/EAL enablement in log forwarding profiles. Cortex Data Lake Playbook Cortex Data Lake inline validation checks and configuration using an Ansible playbook. Cortex Data Lake Optional Configurations CDL specific configurations needed for select IoT deployments including:   update of existing log forwarding profiles with EAL/CDL enabled add a log forwarding profile that is EAL/CDL ready update security policies to include a selected log forwarding profile   IoT Configuration Elements Based on the deployment scenario and software version, the firewall configuration may required additions or modifications:   10.0 firewall DHCP server: enable DHCP broadcast session Virtual Wire deployments: enable multicast firewalling Tap mode configuration with alert-all security profiles and policy Pre-10.0 local DHCP: convert to a logical interface DHCP server + enable DHCP relay Add a security policy specific to the DHCP application for traffic visibility   IoT Traffic Generator Python script running on a Linux host to emulate multiple IoT endoints and mqtt traffic sessions. Requires an IoT broker host (eg. mosquitto) to receive and respond to mqtt session requests.   The key element of the generator is emulating DHCP sessions that create log events in the firewall and passed to Cortex Data Lake and Cortex IoT.   HomeSkillet POC Add-on Configurations Using HomeSkillet as a quick-install base configuration, provide additional configuration elements for the IoT broker interface, zones, and security policy.  
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A suite of deployment, config, and service information skillets for Prisma Access mobile users and remote networks.
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A set of skillets, set commands, and playbooks to simplify implementation and validation of Cortex Data Lake for the NGFW.
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This skillet will collect information from a NGFW then post that information to the SLR API. 
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HomeSkillet is a starter internet gateway configuration that builds on a modified version of IronSkillet for use in home networks. It includes interface, zone, NAT, and security policy configuration.
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