New Hardware Introduced with PAN-OS 8.1
Overview of new hardware introduced with PAN-OS® 8.1
The PA-220R firewall is designed and certified for deployments in harsh industrial environments while continuing to provide the same next-generation security features as our other firewall models. The PA-220R firewall includes the following main features:
For more information on the PA-220R firewall, refer to the PA-220R Hardware Reference.
PA-3200 Series Firewalls
The PA-3200 Series includes the PA-3220, PA-3250, and PA-3260 firewalls, which are designed to deliver high-performance internet edge deployments. These firewalls include the following main features:
For more information on the hardware, refer to the PA-3200 Series Hardware Reference.
The newest PA-5200 Series PA-5280 firewall comes with double the memory of the PA-5260 firewall. The PA-5280 firewall uses nearly the same hardware as the PA-5260 except that it doubles the session capacity from 32 million to 64 million sessions.
For more information on the hardware, refer to the PA-5200 Series Hardware Reference.
M-200 and M-600 Appliances
These new M-Series models are multi-functional appliances that you can configure to run in Panorama™ Management mode, Panorama Management-only mode, Panorama Log Collector mode, or PAN-DB Private Cloud mode. These models include the following main features when compared to the M-100 and M-500 appliances:
For more information on the hardware, refer to the M-200 and M-600 Appliance Hardware Reference.
Configuration Capacity Improvements
For some firewall models, PAN-OS® 8.1 supports more address objects, address groups, service objects, service groups, zones, security rules, FQDN address objects, and DHCP relay ...
Configure SCTP INIT Flood Protection
Protect a zone against flooding of SCTP INIT packets by creating a zone protection profile. ...
Session Distribution Policies
Session Distribution Policies Session distribution policies define how PA-5200 and PA-7000 Series firewalls distribute security processing (App-ID, Content-ID, URL filtering, SSL decryption, and IPSec) among ...
HA Timers High availability (HA) timers facilitate a firewall to detect a firewall failure and trigger a failover. To reduce the complexity in configuring HA ...
Replace a Failed Disk on an M-Series Appliance
Replace a Failed Disk on an M-Series Appliance If a disk fails on the M-Series appliance, you must replace the disk and reconfigure it in ...