Enable ADEM in Panorama Managed Prisma Access for Remote Sites

Based on your capacity planning, you allocate your Remote Networks bandwidth licenses on Prisma Access for each compute location. The unit of measure for bandwidth licenses is Mbps.
Below are some points to consider when allocating bandwidth for ADEM:
  • When enabling ADEM on a compute location, the amount of ADEM bandwidth allocated on a compute location will mandatorily be equal to the bandwidth that you had already allocated for Remote Networks (see
    Bandwidth Allocation (Mbps)
    column) on Prisma Access for that compute location.
    As soon as you enable ADEM on a compute location, the same amount of bandwidth allocated for Remote Network is automatically deducted from the overall ADEM pool of bandwidth licenses (shown by
    Autonomous DEM Allocated Total
  • The
    Autonomous DEM Allocated Total
    shows you how much bandwidth has already been consumed by ADEM and how much is remaining.
  • For any compute location, you can
    ADEM only if you have enough ADEM bandwidth license available in the overall ADEM bandwidth pool (shown in
    Autonomous DEM Allocated Total
    ) matching the allocated Remote Networks bandwidth. For example, if you are trying to
    ADEM on a compute location where 100 Mbps of Remote Networks bandwidth is allocated, if your ADEM pool of licenses does not have at least 100 Mbps bandwidth available, you won't be able to enable ADEM on that compute location unless you add more ADEM bandwidth license to overall pool.
  • Also, when ADEM is enabled on a particular compute location, if you increase or decrease the amount of Remote Networks
    Bandwidth Allocation (Mbps)
    on that compute location, it will correspondingly increase or decrease the overall bandwidth in the ADEM pool of licenses (
    Autonomous DEM Allocated Total
  • When you
    ADEM on a compute location, all the sites that connect to the compute location get ADEM enabled and those Prima SD-WAN sites can connect to the ADEM portal. Hence all those sites can be monitored.
  • After you have enabled ADEM on a compute location, if you would like to free up some ADEM bandwidth to allocate to some other compute location, you can deselect the
    check box. Doing so will release that bandwidth back to the ADEM pool of licenses, but it will also disable ADEM on the compute location which results in synthetic test monitoring to be stopped on all sites connected to that compute location.
To enable Autonomous DEM for the compute location, follow these steps:
  1. Open Panorama.
  2. In the left panel, expand
    Cloud Services
    and select
    Remote Networks
  3. Edit the
    Aggregate Bandwidth and Autonomous DEM Settings
  4. Enable
    the compute locations for which to allocate the bandwidth for ADEM.
    Autonomous DEM Allocation
    column will be visible only if you have purchased the ADEM for Remote Networks license.
  5. Click
  6. Add the following URLs to make the SD-WAN site register to the ADEM portal:
    1. In Panorama, go to
      . Click on
      and add the following ADEM Service Destination FQDNs.
      • agents.dem.prismaaccess.com
      • agents.jp1.ap-northeast-1.dem.prismaaccess.com
      • agents.sg1.ap-southeast-1.dem.prismaaccess.com
      • agents.au1.ap-southeast-2.dem.prismaaccess.com
      • agents.ca1.ca-central-1.dem.prismaaccess.com
      • agents.eu1.eu-central-1.dem.prismaaccess.com
      • agents.uk1.eu-west-2.dem.prismaaccess.com
      • agents.us1.us-east-2.dem.prismaaccess.com
      • updates.dem.prismaaccess.com
      • agents.in1.ap-south-1.dem.prismaaccess.com
    2. Create an address group to contain the addresses above by going to
      Address Groups
      , clicking
      and providing a name for the address group.
    3. Add the address group you just created into the security policy. Go to
      . Click
      and add the address group to the policy.

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