Import Multiple ZTP Firewalls to Panorama

Import multiple ZTP firewalls to the Panorama™ management server in CSV format.
Log in to the web interface of the Panorama™ management server as a Superuser, Panorama admin, or as the ZTP installer admin to import multiple ZTP firewalls to Panorama. To import multiple ZTP firewalls, you must import a CSV file of the ZTP firewall serial number and corresponding claim key provided by Palo Alto Networks and then register the firewalls with the ZTP service. Registering the firewall claims the firewalls as assets in your account in the Customer Support Portal and allows the ZTP service to associate the firewalls with the Panorama.
  1. Gather the serial numbers and claim keys for your ZTP firewalls.
    The eight digit numeric claim key is printed on a physical label attached to the back of the ZTP firewall you received from Palo Alto Networks.
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  2. Create a CSV file containing the ZTP firewall serial numbers and claim keys. The first column must contain the serial numbers and the second column must contain the corresponding claim key for that firewall. Refer to the following example for reference.
    ztp-import-csv-example.png
  3. Import the ZTP firewalls to Panorama.
    1. Log in to the Panorama Web Interface using the ZTP installer admin credentials.
    2. Select
      Panorama
      Zero Touch Provisioning
      Firewall Registration
      and
      Import
      the ZTP firewalls.
    3. Browse
      and select the CSV file containing the ZTP firewall information and click
      OK
      .
  4. Register the ZTP firewalls.
    1. Select the newly added ZTP firewalls and
      Register
      the firewalls.
    2. When prompted, click
      Yes
      to confirm registering the ZTP firewalls.
  5. Verify the firewall successfully registered with the ZTP service.
    1. Select
      Registration Status
      and verify that the ZTP firewalls successfully registered with the ZTP service.
    2. Log in to the Panorama Web Interface using admin credentials.
    3. Select
      Panorama
      Managed Devices
      Summary
      and verify that the ZTP firewalls are successfully added as a managed firewall.
      Ensure that the
      To SW Version
      column is configured to the correct PAN-OS version so that the firewall does not upgrade or downgrade unintentionally. ZTP functionality is supported only for PAN-OS 9.1.3 and later releases. Additionally, the PAN-OS version must be the same or an earlier version of the PAN-OS version running on Panorama.
      For more information, see Upgrade a ZTP Firewall.
  6. Add the ZTP firewalls to a device group and template stack.
    You must add the ZTP firewalls to a device group and template stack to push policy and network configurations.
    1. Log in to the Panorama Web Interface using admin credentials.
    2. Select
      Panorama
      Device Groups
      and assign the firewalls to the appropriate device group.
      Add a device group to create and configure a new device group to contain the policy objects and rules for your ZTP firewalls.
    3. Select
      Panorama
      Templates
      and assign the firewalls to the appropriate template stack.
      Configure a template stack to create and configure a new template stack to contain the network configuration for your ZTP firewalls.

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