AWS, gw loadbalancer and geneve

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AWS, gw loadbalancer and geneve

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I have set up two palos in different az's in AWS. I have utilized the gw lodbalancers and done the bootstrapping so to get them "healty" etc.  The soultion is working fine!!


But I am having a very hard time understanding how to get the panorama access working. I have panorama running on prem, and will be managing the palo's in AWS utilizing the VPN links I have to on prem. (I am not able to manage the firewalls over the internet for this customer and setup.)

Can someone explain how I am to do the routing or setup to get this done properly ? As of now I have had to enable asymetric routing - and then it works fine.. 

The mgmt nic in AWS is pretty much "useless" when managing the firewalls from "inside" / "not the internet"  ? 



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Hi Trond,


I would create management subnets for the management NIC and add static routes to Panorama via the VGW or Transit Gateway.



Yeah, I do have subnets for this. But how will work related to routing ? I come from CheckPoint and Fortinet - so I might be way off here. But is it so that all packets I send to the mgmt nic of the Palo will return back on the same nic - regardless of any routing ?  I see that I am unable to actually add in any routing specific for the mgt nic..


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