Extended Firewall Management is the next-level follow-on course to Palo Alto Network’s Installation, Configuration, and Management (PAN-EDU-201).
Extended Firewall Management expands on 201 course topics, while introducing many new features and functions of Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation firewalls.
Successful completion of this three-day, instructor-led course will enhance the student’s understanding of how to install, configure, manage, and perform basic troubleshooting on the entire line of Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation firewalls.
Additionally, students will be instructed on the basics of implementing and managing GlobalProtect™, Panorama, and Active/Active High Availability. Students will gain an in-depth knowledge of how to optimize their visibility and control over applications, users, and content.
Course level: Introductory
- Course duration: 3 Days
- Course format: Combines Instructor-led and hands-on labs
- Platform support: PA-500 through PA-5000 series
Security Engineers, Network Engineers, and Support staff
Completion of Firewall Installation, Configuration, and Management (201) or equivalent experience is highly recommended Students must have a basic familiarity with networking concepts including routing, switching, IP addressing, and basic port-based security concepts.
Module 0 – Introduction and Overview
Module 1 – Administration
- Service Route Configuration, Virtual
- Systems, and Log Forwarding
Module 2 – Interface Configuration:
Module 3 – Layer 3 Concepts: NAT, OSPF, and DNS Proxy
- Working with NAT, OSPF, and DNS proxies
Module 4 – Application-ID
- Custom Application Signatures, Application Filters and Groups
Module 5 – Content-ID
- Custom Threat ID, Data Filtering, DLP, Botnet, and DoS
DAYS 2 & 3
Module 6 – User-ID:
Module 7 – High Availability
Module 8 – GlobalProtect
- GlobalProtect concepts and configuration
Module 9 – Panorama
- Panorama shared Policy, Device Groups, Access Control, and Reporting
COST: USD 2,695 per person for 3 days training course, inclusive of books and lunch break