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Best Practice Internet Gateway Security Policy

To protect your network from cyberattack and improve your overall security posture, implement a best practice internet gateway security policy.

Best Practices for Application and Threat Content Updates

Consider your network security and availability requirements as you apply best practices for application and threat content updates.

What’s New in PAN-OS 7.1

Use the PAN-OS 7.1 New Features Guide to learn how to use the new features to solve your security problems.

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Web Interface Basics

Objects > External Dynamic Lists

An external dynamic list is an address object based on an imported list of IP addresses, URLs, or domain names that can be used in policy rules.

Web Interface Access Privileges

Read how to set admin role privileges to the different parts of the web interface.


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Network > Interfaces

Read many topics that describe firewall interfaces, or ports, and how to enable a firewall to connect with other network devices and with other interfaces within the firewall.

User Identification

Use Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewall feature, User-ID, that seamlessly integrates with a range of enterprise directory and terminal services to tie application activity and policies to usernames and groups instead of just IP addresses.

Monitor > Packet Capture

Use the packet captured data from Palo Alto Networks firewalls for troubleshooting purposes or to create custom application signatures.

Device > High Availability

For redundancy, deploy Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewalls in a high availability configuration.