Policy based Forwarding “PBF” – Palo Alto Networks Training

Getting a network to fail-over between the two Internet lines or even load balance traffic between them can be a real challenge. In this Palo Alto Networks Training Video, we will show you how it can be done using policy-based forwarding “PBF”.

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Virtual Router – Palo Alto Networks Training

Fully separating traffic is easy with the Next-Generation FireWall. While with other vendors you might need dedicated virtual systems, with Palo Alto Networks just adding another virtual router is enough. In this Palo Alto Networks Training Video, we will show you the concept, including inter VR routing.

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Layer 2 interfaces – Palo Alto Networks Training

If you have some constraints in your network, using Layer-2 interfaces can be very powerful, but it can become very complex quite quickly, so it’s important to keep it simple. In this Palo Alto Networks Training Video, we will explain the concept, and some use cases.

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Tap interfaces – Palo Alto Networks Training

Deploying the Next-Generation FireWall in Tap mode is the easiest way to establish Full Network Visibility while not taking any operational risks. In this Palo Alto Networks Training Video, we will explain to you the concept and some use cases​.

 

FireWall Concepts Training Series – over the next couple of weeks and months we will release new videos on core concepts, explaining the fundamental workings of the Next-Generation FireWall starting with the Threat Landscape, then deployment methods, NAT, App-ID, SSL Decryption, VPNs and many more. Follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter or YouTube to stay up-to-date.

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Virtual-Wire – Palo Alto Networks Training

Deploying the Next-Generation FireWall using a Virtual-Wire is the fastest way to get it into the network and with this establish Full Visibility and control. In this Palo Alto Networks Training Video, we will explain to you the concept and some use cases​.

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