Use Case: Configure Firewalls Using Panorama

Let’s say that you want to use Panorama in a high availability configuration to manage a dozen firewalls on your network: you have six firewalls deployed across six branch offices, a pair of firewalls in a high availability configuration at each of two data centers, and a firewall in each of the two regional head offices.
Firewall Distribution Example
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The first step in creating your central management strategy is to determine how to group the firewalls into device groups and templates to efficiently push configurations from Panorama. You can base the grouping on the business functions, geographic locations, or administrative domains of the firewalls. In this example, you create two device groups and three templates to administer the firewalls using Panorama:

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