Managed WildFire Appliance Tasks
You can add, remove, and manage standalone WildFire appliances on a Panorama device. After you add standalone appliances, you can add them to WildFire appliance clusters as cluster nodes or you can manage them as individual standalone appliances.
Add Appliance to add one or more WildFire appliances to a Panorama appliance for centralized management. Enter the serial number of each WildFire appliance on a separate row (new line). Panorama can manage up to an aggregate total of 200 WildFire cluster nodes and standalone WildFire appliances.
On each WildFire appliance you want to manage on Panorama, configure the IP address or FQDN of the Panorama appliance (Panorama server) and, optionally, the backup Panorama server using the following WildFire appliance CLI commands:
set deviceconfig system panorama-server <ip-address | FQDN>set deviceconfig system panorama-server-2 <ip-address | FQDN>
Select a WildFire appliance and Import Config to import (only) the running configuration for that appliance to Panorama.
After you import the configuration, Commit to Panorama to save the imported candidate configuration in the Panorama running configuration.
If you no longer need to manage a WildFire appliance from Panorama, Remove the appliance and select Yes to confirm your action. After you remove an appliance from Panorama management, you can manage the appliance locally using its CLI. If needed, you can add the appliance back into the Panorama appliance at any time if you want to again manage the appliance centrally instead of locally.
Manage WildFire Appliances
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Managed WildFire Cluster Tasks
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Panorama > Managed WildFire Clusters
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Remove a WildFire Appliance from Panorama Management
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Add Standalone WildFire Appliances to Manage with Panorama
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Configure a Cluster and Add Nodes on Panorama
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Configure a Cluster Centrally on Panorama
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WildFire Appliance Clusters
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