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PAN-OS 11.0.2 Known Issues

PAN-OS® 11.0.2 known issues.
The following list includes only outstanding known issues specific to PAN-OS
®
11.0.2. This list includes issues specific to Panorama™, GlobalProtect™, VM-Series plugins, and WildFire®, as well as known issues that apply more generally or that are not identified by an issue ID.
Issue ID
Description
WF500-5632
The number of registered WildFire appliances reported in Panorama (
Panorama
Managed WildFire Appliances
Firewalls Connected
View
) does not accurately reflect the current status of connected WildFire appliances.
PAN-231507
On PA-1400 Series firewalls only, when an HSCI interface is used as an HA2 interface, HA2 packets are intermittently dropped on the passive device, which can cause the HA2 connection to flap due to missing HA2 keepalive messages. Workaround: use data ports configured as HA2 interface.
PAN-228273
On the Panorama management server in FIPS-CC mode, the ElasticSearch cluster fails to come up and the
show log-collector-es-cluster health
command displays the
status
is
red
. This results in log ingestion issues for Panorama in Panorama only or Log Collector mode.
PAN-225337
On the Panorama management server, the configuration push to a multi-vsys firewall fails if you:
  1. Create a
    Shared
    and vsys-specific device group configuration object with an indentical name. For example, a
    Shared
    address object called
    SharedAO1
    and a vsys-specific address object also called
    SharedAO1
    .
  2. Reference the
    Shared
    object in another
    Shared
    configuration. For example, reference the
    Shared
    address object (
    SharedAO1
    ) in a
    Shared
    address group called
    SharedAG1
    .
  3. Use the
    Shared
    configuration object with the reference in a vsys-specific configuration. For example, reference the
    Shared
    address group (
    SharedAG1
    ) in a vsys-specific policy rule.
Workaround:
Select
Panorama
Setup
Management
and edit the Panorama Settings to enable one of the following:
  • Shared Unused Address and Service Objects with Devices
    —This options pushes all
    Shared
    objects, along with device group specific objects, to managed firewalls.
    This is a global setting and applies to all managed firewalls, and may result in pushing too many configuration objects to your managed firewalls.
  • Objects defined in ancestors will take higher precedence
    —This option specifies that in the event of objects with the same name, ancestor object take precedence over descendent objects. In this case, the
    Shared
    objects take precedence over the vsys-specific object.
    This is a global setting and applies to all managed firewalls. In the example above, if the IP address for the
    Shared
    SharedAO1
    object was
    10.1.1.1
    and the device group specific
    SharedAO1
    was
    10.2.2.2
    , the
    10.1.1.1
    IP address takes precedence.
Alternatively, you can remove the duplicate address objects from the device group configuration to allow only the
Shared
objects in your configuration.
PAN-223488
This issue is now resolved. See
PAN-OS 11.0.3 Addressed Issues
.
On the M-600 appliance, closed ElasticSearch shards are not deleted from the M-600 appliance. This causes the ElasticSearch shard purging to not work as expected, resulting in high disk usage.
PAN-223365
The Panorama management server is unable to query any logs if the ElasticSearch health status for any Log Collector (
Panorama
Managed Collector
is degraded.
Workaround:
Log in to the Log Collector CLI and restart ElasticSearch.
admin
debug elasticsearch es-restart all
PAN-227368
The GlobalProtect app cannot connect to a portal or gateway and GlobalProtect Clientless VPN users cannot access applications if authentication takes longer than 20 seconds.
Workaround:
Increase the TCP handshake timeout to the maximum value of 60 seconds.
PAN-222586
On PA-5410, PA-5420, PA-5430, and PA-5440 firewalls, the Filter dropdown menus, Forward Methods, and Built-In Actions for Correlation Log settings (
Device
Log Settings
) are not displayed and cannot be configured.
PAN-222253
On the Panorama management server, policy rulebase reordering when you
View Rulebase by Groups
(
Policy
<policy-rulebase>
) does not persist if you reorder the policy rulebase by dragging and dropping individual policy rules and then moving the entire tag group.
PAN-221126
This issue is now resolved. See
PAN-OS 11.0.3 Addressed Issues
.
Email server profiles (
Device
Server Profiles
Email
and
Panorama
Server Profiles
Email
) to forward logs as email notifications are not forwarded in a readable format.
Workaround:
Use a
Custom Log Format
to forward logs as email notifications in a readable format.
PAN-221015
On M-600 appliances in Panorama or Log Collector mode, the
es-1
and
es-2
ElasticSearch processes fail to restart when the M-600 appliance is rebooted. The results in the Managed Collector
ES
health status (
Panorama
Managed Collectors
Health Status
) to be degraded.
Workaround:
Log in to the Panorama or Log Collector CLI experiencing degraded ElasticSearch health and restart all ElasticSearch processes.
admin>
debug elasticsearch es-restart optional all
PAN-220180
This issue is now resolved. See
PAN-OS 11.0.3 Addressed Issues
.
Configured botnet reports (
Monitor
Botnet
) are not generated.
PAN-220176
(
PAN-OS 11.0.1-h2 hotfix
) System process crashes might occur with VoIP traffic when NAT is enabled with Persistent Dynamic IP and Port settings.
PAN-219644
This issue is now resolved. See
PAN-OS 11.0.3 Addressed Issues
.
Firewalls forwarding logs to a syslog server over TLS (
Objects
Log Forwarding
) use the default Palo Alto Networks certificate instead of the custom certificate configured on the firewall.
PAN-218521
The ElasticSearch process on the M-600 appliance in Log Collector mode may enter a continuous reboot cycle. This results in the M-600 appliance becoming unresponsive, consuming logging disk space, and preventing new log ingestion.
PAN-216314
Upon upgrade or downgrade to or from PAN-OS 10.1.9 or 10.1.9-h1, offloaded application traffic sessions may disconnect after a period of time even if a session is active. The disconnect occurs after the application's default session timeout value is exceeded. This behavior affects only PAN-OS 10.1.9 and 10.1.9-h1. If you are on PAN-OS 10.1.9 and 10.1.9-h1, please use the following workaround. If you have already upgraded or downgraded to another PAN-OS version, use the following workaround in that version.
Workaround:
Run the CLI command
debug dataplane internal pdt fe100 csr wr_sem_ctrl_ctr_scan_dis value 0
to set the value to zero (0).
PAN-216214
For Panorama-managed firewalls in an Active/Active High Availability (HA) configuration where you configure the firewall HA settings (
Device
High Availability
) in a template or template stack (
Panorama
Templates
), performing a local commit on one of the HA firewalls triggers an HA config sync on the peer firewall. This causes the HA peer configuration to go
Out of Sync
.
PAN-213746
On the Panorama management server, the
Hostkey
displayed as
undefined undefined
if you override an SSH Service Profile (
Device
Certificate Management
SSH Service Profile
) Hostkey configured in a Template from the Template Stack.
PAN-213119
PA-5410 and PA-5420 firewalls display the following error when you view the Block IP list (
Monitor
Block IP
):
show -> dis-block-table is unexpected
PAN-212978
The Palo Alto Networks firewall stops responding when executing an SD-WAN debug operational CLI command.
PAN-212889
On the Panorama management server, different threat names are used when querying the same threat in the Threat Monitor (
Monitor
App Scope
Threat Monitor
) and
ACC
. This results in the ACC displaying
no data to display
when you are redirected to the ACC after clicking a threat name in the Threat Monitor and filtering the same threat name in the Global Filters.
PAN-211531
On the Panorama management server, admins can still perform a selective push to managed firewalls when
Push All Changes
and
Push for Other Admins
are disabled in the admin role profile (
Panorama
Admin Roles
).
PAN-207770
Data filtering logs (
Monitor
Logs
Data Filtering
) incorrectly display the traffic Direction as
server-to-client
instead of
client-to-server
for upload traffic that matches Enterprise data loss prevention (DLP) data patterns (
Objects
DLP
Data Filtering Patterns
) in an Enterprise DLP data filtering profile (
Objects
DLP
Data Filtering Profiles
).
PAN-207733
When a DHCPv6 client is configured on HA Active/Passive firewalls, if the DHCPv6 server goes down, after the lease time expires, the DHCPv6 client should enter SOLICIT state on both the Active and Passive firewalls. Instead, the client is stuck in BOUND state with an IPv6 address having lease time 0 on the Passive firewall.
PAN-207616
On the Panorama management server, after selecting managed firewalls and creating a new
Tag
(
Panorama
Managed Devices
Summary
) the managed firewalls are automatically unselected and any new tag created is applied to the managed firewalls for which you initially created the new tag.
Workaround:
Select and then unselect the managed firewalls for which you created a new tag.
PAN-207611
When a DHCPv6 client is configured on HA Active/Passive firewalls, the Passive firewall sometimes crashes.
PAN-207442
For M-700 appliances in an active/passive high availability (
Panorama
High Availability
) configuration, the
active-primary
HA peer configuration sync to the
secondary-passive
HA peer may fail. When the config sync fails, the job Results is
Successful
(
Tasks
), however the sync status on the
Dashboard
displays as
Out of Sync
for both HA peers.
Workaround
: Perform a local commit on the
active-primary
HA peer and then synchronize the HA configuration.
  1. Log in to the Panorama web interface of the
    active-primary
    HA peer.
  2. Select
    Commit
    and
    Commit to Panorama
    .
  3. In the
    active-primary
    HA peer
    Dashboard
    , click
    Sync to Peer
    in the High Availability widget.
PAN-207040
If you disable Advanced Routing, remove logical routers, and downgrade from PAN-OS 11.0.0 to a PAN-OS 10.2.x or 10.1.x release, subsequent commits fail and SD-WAN devices on Panorama have no Virtual Router name.
PAN-206913
When a DHCPv6 client is configured on HA Active/Passive firewalls, releasing the IPv6 address from the client (using Release in the UI or using the
request dhcp client ipv6 release all
CLI command) releases the IPv6 address from the Active firewall, but not the Passive firewall.
PAN-206909
The Dedicated Log Collector is unable to reconnect to the Panorama management server if the
configd
process crashes. This results in the Dedicated Log Collector losing connectivity to Panorama despite the managed collector connection
Status
(
Panorama
Managed Collector
) displaying
connected
and the managed colletor
Health
status displaying as healthy.
This results in the local Panorama config and system logs not being forwarded to the Dedicated Log Collector. Firewall log forwarding to the disconnected Dedicated Log Collector is not impacted.
Workaround:
Restart the
mgmtsrvr
process on the Dedicated Log Collector.
  1. Confirm the Dedicated Log Collector is disconnected from Panorama.
    admin>
    show panorama-status
    Verify the
    Connected
    status is
    no
    .
  2. Restart the
    mgmtsrvr
    process.
    admin>
    debug software restart process management-server
PAN-206416
On the Panorama management server, no data filtering log (
Monitor
Logs
Data Filtering
) is generated when the managed firewall loses connectivity to the following cloud services, and as a result fails to forward matched traffic for inspection.
  • DLP cloud service
  • Advanced Threat Protection inline cloud analysis service
  • Advanced URL Filtering cloud service
PAN-206315
(
PA-1420 firewall only
) In an active/passive high availability (HA) configuration, the
show session info
CLI command shows that the passive firewall has packet rate and throughput values. The packet rate and throughput of the passive firewall should be zero since it is not processing traffic.
PAN-205009
(
PA-1420 firewall only
) In an active/passive high availability (HA) configuration, the
show interface all
,
show-high availability interface ha2
, and
show high-availability all
CLI commands display the HSCI port state as unknown on both the active and passive firewalls.
PAN-204689
Upon upgrade to PAN-OS 11.0.1, the following GlobalProtect settings do not work:
  • Allow user to disconnect GlobalProtect App
    Allow with Passcode
  • Allow user to Disable GlobalProtect App
    Allow with Passcode
  • Allow User to Uninstall GlobalProtect App
    Allow with Password
PAN-201910
PAN-OS security profiles might consume a large amount of memory depending on the profile configuration and quantity. In some cases, this might reduce the number of supported security profiles below the stated maximum for a given platform.
PAN-197588
The PAN-OS ACC (Application Command Center) does not display a widget detailing statistics and data associated with vulnerability exploits that have been detected using inline cloud analysis.
PAN-197419
(
PA-1400 Series firewalls only
) In
Network
Interface
Ethernet
, the power over Ethernet (PoE) ports do not display a
Tag
value.
PAN-197097
Large Scale VPN (LSVPN) does not support IPv6 addresses on the satellite firewall.
PAN-196758
On the Panorama management server, pushing a configuration change to firewalls leveraging SD-WAN erroneously show the auto-provisioned BGP configurations for SD-WAN as being edited or deleted despite no edits or deletions being made when you
Preview Changes
(
Commit
Push to Devices
Edit Selections
or
Commit
Commit and Push
Edit Selections
).
PAN-196146
The VM-Series firewall on Azure does not boot up with a hostname (specified in an init-cgf.txt or user data) when bootstrapped.
PAN-195968
(
PA-1400 Series firewalls only
) When using the CLI to configure power over Ethernet (PoE) on a non-PoE port, the CLI prints an error depending on whether an interface type was selected on the non-PoE port or not. If an interface type, such as tap, Layer 2, or virtual wire, was selected before PoE was configured, the error message will not include the interface name (eg. ethernet1/4). If an interface type was not selected before PoE was configured, the error message will include the interface name.
PAN-195342
On the Panorama management server, Context Switch fails when you try to Context Switch from a managed firewall running PAN-OS 10.1.7 or earlier release back to Panorama and the following error is displayed:
Could not find start token '@start@'
PAN-194978
(
PA-1400 Series firewalls only
) In
Network
Interface
Ethernet
, hovering the mouse over a power over Ethernet (PoE)
Link State
icon does not display link speed and link duplex details.
PAN-194424
(
PA-5450 firewall only
) Upgrading to PAN-OS 10.2.2 while having a log interface configured can cause both the log interface and the management interface to remain connected to the log collector.
Workaround:
Restart the log receiver service by running the following CLI command:
debug software restart process log-receiver
PAN-193004
The Panorama management server fails to delete old IP Tag data. This causes the
/opt/pancfg
partition to reach maximum capacity which impacts Panorama performance.
PAN-187685
On the Panorama management server, the Template Status displays no synchronization status (
Panorama
Managed Devices
Summary
) after a bootstrapped firewall is successfully added to Panorama.
Workaround:
After the bootstrapped firewall is successfully added to Panorama, log in to the Panorama web interface and select
Commit
Push to Devices
.
PAN-187407
The configured Advanced Threat Prevention inline cloud analysis action for a given model might not be honored under the following condition: If the firewall is set to
Hold client request for category lookup
and the action set to
Reset-Both
and the URL cache has been cleared, the first request for inline cloud analysis will be bypassed.
PAN-186283
Templates appear out-of-sync on Panorama after successfully deploying the CFT stack using the Panorama plugin for AWS.
Workaround
: Use
Commit
Push to Devices
to synchronize the templates.
PAN-184708
Scheduled report emails (
Monitor
PDF Reports
Email Scheduler
) are not emailed if:
  • A scheduled report email contains a Report Group (
    Monitor
    PDF Reports
    Report Group
    ) which includes a SaaS Application Usage report.
  • A scheduled report contains only a SaaS Application Usage Report.
Workaround:
To receive a scheduled report email for all other PDF report types:
  1. Select
    Monitor
    PDF Reports
    Report Groups
    and remove all SaaS Application Usage reports from all Report Groups.
  2. Select
    Monitor
    PDF Reports
    Email Scheduler
    and edit the scheduled report email that contains only a SaaS Application Usage report. For the Recurrence, select
    Disable
    and click
    OK
    .
    Repeat this step for all scheduled report emails that contain only a SaaS Application Usage report.
  3. Commit
    .
    (
    Panorama managed firewalls
    ) Select
    Commit
    Commit and Push
PAN-184406
Using the CLI to add a RAID disk pair to an M-700 appliance causes the dmdb process to crash.
Workaround:
Contact customer support to stop the dmdb process before adding a RAID disk pair to a M-700 appliance.
PAN-183404
Static IP addresses are not recognized when "and" operators are used with IP CIDR range.
PAN-181933
If you use multiple log forwarding cards (LFCs) on the PA-7000 series, all of the cards may not receive all of the updates and the mappings for the clients may become out of sync, which causes the firewall to not correctly populate the Source User column in the session logs.
PAN-171938
No results are displayed when you
Show Application Filter
for a Security policy rule (
Policies
Security
Application
Value
Show Application Filter
).

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