CBT Nuggets - Palo Alto Networks Firewall
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No matter how hard we try, there's always going to be threats to our networks and data. That's why it's never a bad idea to learn as many preventative measures as you can. Start watching Scott Morris' recently released "Palo Alto Networks Firewall" course to learn an increasingly popular firewall technology. During this 34-video course, Scott walks you through the ins and outs of Palo Alto Networks firewall technology, including security polices, interfaces, and more!
Palo Alto exams move from newcomer to expert. The Palo Alto Networks Certified Cybersecurity Associate (PCCSA) certification validates that IT professionals have knowledge about today's cyberthreats. A Palo Alto Networks Certified Network Security Administrator (PCNSA) can operate next-generation firewalls to protect networks. And at the engineer level, the Palo Alto Networks Certified Network Security Engineer (PCNSE) knows about configuring, maintaining, and troubleshooting Palo Alto implementations.
With a range of hardware, software, and cloud offerings, the company has now displaced Cisco as the leading network security vendor. Increasingly, we see Palo Alto firewall solutions operating in conjunction with Cisco and other vendor networks. It's not just with hardware-based networks. As software-driven networks have evolved, with virtual private networks (VPN) and software-defined wide area networks (SD-WAN), we've seen the emergence of software- and cloud-driven firewalls.
Palo Alto firewall solutions have become a fixture in enterprise networks alongside technologies from Cisco and other leading vendors. Not surprisingly, there's lots of value and career opportunities in holding certifications from Palo Alto and network and cloud vendors such as Cisco, Juniper Networks, or AWS! In this article, we have discussed how vendor accreditations such as Cisco's CCNA CyberOps, Juniper's Certified Security Associate, or Azure's Network Engineer can complement Palo Alto's PCCET, PCNSA, PCNSE and PCCSE certifications.
I have the Palo Alto firewall using the vmnet1-3 interfaces to simulate 3 networks 10.1.1.0/24, 10.2.2.0/24 and 10.3.3.0/24. The Win7 vm I connected to vmnet1 worked flawlessly but any combination of device and vmnet2/3 interface I use just gets the message 'Unidentified network No internet connection' or if it's a router it won't communicate with anything. I have tippled checked the IP addresses on the vmnet interfaces, vm machine and Palo Alto firewall and they are all correct. I changed the Win7 vm interface from vmnet2 to vmnet1 and changed the IP address to be in 10.1.1.0/24 and the device then gets internet just fine. I have also checked the Palo Alto firewall zones and policies and it's all correct. 2b1af7f3a8