It is best practice to save current running configurations prior to making changes to the firewall. When a change breaks access to Panorama, you can get back to last known running config using the cli commands below log into cli
If you are doing a quick search for traffic flow into the firewall, run this command in CLI tcpdump filter "host x.x.x.x and port 443"you can use either the word host or src and get the
Upgrading to a new version of PanOS but cannot download the OS directly from the update site. Therefore, I manually uploaded the new PanOS. But after the firewall confirmed that the image was successfully updated, it does not display it
To unset xml output to general text output set cli config-output-format set Enter configuration mode configureGet all interface configurations while in config mode run show interface allGet specific interface configuration such as the management interface run show interface managementApply IP
Using the administrative domain (ADOM) feature solves this issue. Log into FortiManager; system settings > advanced settings, select the advanced option under ADOM Mode and Apply. Proceed to Dashboard, within the system information widget turn Administrative Domain ON. Then go
Configured VPN using BGP to cloud provider at site A and everything worked as expected, then configure VPN using BGP to cloud provider at site B and traffic from site A to site B broke. Looking at logs, saw traffic
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