FireWall Troubleshooting – Demystifying the Flow Logic

​Introducing the “Firewall Troubleshooting” (EDU-330) course.


On Tuesday, 26th of January 2021, we run this training workshop for Palo Alto Networks. It gives a taste of the “Firewall Troubleshooting” (EDU-330) course by teaching a full module.

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What you will learn

  • The value of the “Firewall Troubleshooting” (EDU-330) course – we will show you with some examples and use cases what you can learn in this course and how it can make your job easier
  • Troubleshooting Security Policy match – troubleshooting why the desired security policy does not match can be highly frustrating. We will show you the Tipps and Tricks to find out what’s wrong.
  • Behind the scenes “The Flow Logic” – Did you ever wondered why certain traffic doesn’t show up in the traffic logs? We will explain to you the underlying architecture of the Next-Generation FireWall and what happens to a packet when it is being processed.

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Contact us or give us a call +353 (1) 5241014 / +1 (650) 407-1995​ – ​We are a Palo Alto Networks Certified Professional Service Provider (CPSP) and the Next-Generation Security Platform is what we do all day every day. Let us share our experience with you to make your Next-Generation Security project a smooth experience but most importantly a peace of mind by truly securing your valuable IT assets.

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