Legacy URL filtering licenses are discontinued,
but active legacy licenses are still supported.
When you set up the PAN-DB private cloud,
you can configure your M-600 or M-700 appliances to have direct internet
access or remain offline. The appliances require database and content updates to perform
URL lookups. If the appliances don't have an active internet connection, you must
manually download the updates to a server on your network and import the updates into
each M-600 or M-700 appliance in the PAN-DB private cloud using SCP. In addition, the
appliance must be able to obtain the seed database and any other regular or critical
content updates for the firewalls it services.
The URL lookup process is the same for firewalls in both private and public cloud deployments.
However, in private cloud deployments, firewalls query servers in the PAN-DB private
cloud. You'll need to specify the IP address or FQDN of each M-600 or M-700 server they
can query to grant your firewalls access to the private cloud
The M-600 and M-700 appliance use prepackaged server certificates to authenticate firewalls
connecting to the PAN-DB private cloud. You can't import or use another server
certificate for authentication. If you change the hostname on an appliance, the
appliance automatically generates a new set of certificates to authenticate the