Policy Match and Connectivity Tests from the Web Interface
Test the policy rule match and connectivity to network resources for running firewall configuration.
In PAN-OS 9.0, you can perform policy match and connectivity tests for firewalls from the web interface rather than the CLI. You can easily test the running configuration of your firewalls, and verify traffic and connectivity to ensure policy are matching policy rules as expected to allow or deny traffic, and that firewalls can connect to network resources and external services such as WildFire, Log Collectors, or the Update Server.
- Log in to the firewall web interface.
- Select DeviceTroubleshooting to perform a policy match or connectivity test.
- Enter the required information to perform the policy match test.
- Execute the policy match test.
- Click the policy rule Test Result in order to view the Result Details for the policy rule that match the test criteria.
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