Palo Alto Networks: Maintenance Mode

To enter maintenance mode, you need to restart your system with request restart system in operational mode or look out for bootloader message that looks like below: Type maint after 5 seconds the grub bootloader will appear: Choose the first partition PANOS (maint, sda), you will enter the maintenance mode that looks like this: You … Continue reading Palo Alto Networks: Maintenance Mode

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Palo Alto Networks: Familiarize with PAN cli

The management interface settings are under the system hierarchy. Show system To find out which management services have been enabled: To show system information such as PANOS version, management IP address/netmask/gateway, device model, device serial number, mac address of the management interface, product family, hostname: You can filter the show system info output by using … Continue reading Palo Alto Networks: Familiarize with PAN cli

Palo Alto Networks: Console terminal got overlapping output

When I first trying to test Palo Alto Networks firewall through its console interface I encountered an annoying problem, that is I got overlapping and confusing outputs when I issued commands. The default terminal type used by Palo Alto Networks Firewall is VT100, however most of the time we are using xterm. You can change … Continue reading Palo Alto Networks: Console terminal got overlapping output