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Secondary Device in High Availability Active/Active Pair is not Coming up

Issue Secondary device in a High Availability Active/Active pair is showing a non-functional status. Resolution Make sure the device IDs on the two devices are not the same. Change the ID on the Primary device to 0 and the secondary device to 1.  This is done so the two devices

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Same MAC is Associating with Different IP Addresses

Issue  In an environment with dual HA clusters (active/passive), connected through the same subnet to each each other, the ARP tables for the upstream routers display the same MAC for the different cluster IP addresses. Traffic is not passing through the LAN.   Resolution The Group ID is part of the

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Issues if IP is Removed from Management Interface

Issue When trying to remove the IP address from the management interface the following error is received: commit failed * Config commit phase 1 aborted(Module: device) * (pan_dnsproxyd_parse_instance(mgmt-obj) failed * (Module: dnsproxyd) * Commit failed Resolution The management interface of the Palo Alto Networks firewall must have an IP address

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Applying Shared Policies from Panorama

Issue:   When creating shared policies in Panorama,how are the target devices chosen and policies applied to selective machines?   Resolution:   The security policy is in the context of the Device Group on Panorma.  In the current version of Panorama, target devices  can only be selected if they t

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Security Policy Management with Panorama

This document describes the best practices for using Panorama for central security policy management. Panorama can provide a central repository to create and push security policies to multiple firewalls and virtual systems. This provides better efficiency and allows for larger scale firewall deployments. This also helps ensure a consistent policy

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CIOs need to put an end to Bring Your Own Collaboration

There has been much talk about how the consumerization of IT and Bring Your Own Device initiatives will create more police-work for IT professionals.

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Packet Based Troubleshooting - Configuring Packet Captures and Debug Logs

This article is outdated and is replaced by:  https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/t5/Featured-Articles/Getting-Started-Packet-Capture/ta-p/72069   The purpose of this document is provide background information on PAN-OS Packet Filtering, Capture and Debug Log functionality as well as recommended workflow when using those features in problem diagnostics. The commands covered in this document is applicable to all

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Configuring Active/Active HA PAN-OS 4.0

Service providers and enterprises that deliver revenue-generating and business critical services over the Internet face a myriad of performance and security challenges. However critical those challenges may be, high availability remains the paramount concern. In order to properly perform access control functions, a network firewall must be placed at the

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Data Filtering Best Practices

Two signatures exist for data filtering: Credit Card: the device will look for 16 digit numbers and will run thru a hash algorithm. It must match the hash algorithm before detecting this as a Credit Card number. This method has less false positive. Social Security Number: is detected as any

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What Units are used for Max-packet-rate and Max-log-rate?

Overview For max-packet-rate, the unit is kilobytes per second: set deviceconfig setting logging max-packet-rate 250 For max-log-rate, the unit is counts per second: set deviceconfig setting logging max-log-rate 250 The current values can be checked with the show system setting logging command. For example: > show system setting logging Max.

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Palo Alto Networks CEO on Outlook, IPO

Mark McLaughlin, chief executive officer of Palo Alto Networks Inc., talks about the company's initial public offering today and outlook.

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Power 100: The Most Powerful Women of the Channel 2012

Michelle Graff, Palo Alto Networks : Head, Global Channel Program

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Lock Your Online Doors

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Social Networking Application Usage Grows Among Employees: Report

There is explosive growth in global social networking and browser-based file sharing on corporate networks, with a 300 percent increase in active social networking (e.g., posting, applications) compared with activity during the same period in the latter half of 2010, according to research published by Palo Alto Networks.

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Don't Tell the Boss: You Tweet From Work Like a Maniac

A new study by network security firm Palo Alto Networks shows "explosive" growth in the use of social networks in the workplace, with a 300 percent increase in social media activity in the latter half of 2011 compared with the same period of 2010.

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What is the difference between saving and committing a config?

Overview Saving a config change is basically saving the xml configuration to a file.  It doesn't apply the changes into the current config. Commit is basically save and apply the changes. You always need to commit the configuration change to see the effect of the change. If the changes are

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How to Allow Ping and ICMP on Layer 3 Interface of Your Palo Alto Networks Device

Overview To allow Ping and other management traffic, configure an Interface Management Profile and apply it to the interface. Steps Go to Network > Network Profiles > Interface Mgmt Create a profile allowing ping: Go to Network > Interfaces and assign the profile, created above, to the interface under the

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