Set Up Panorama
For centralized reporting and cohesive policy management across all the firewalls on your network, you can deploy the Panorama™ management server as a virtual appliance or as a hardware appliance (the M-100 or M-500 appliance).
The following topics describe how to set up Panorama on your network:
- Determine Panorama Log Storage Requirements
- Set Up the Panorama Virtual Appliance
- Set Up the M-Series Appliance
- Register Panorama and Install Licenses
- Install Content and Software Updates for Panorama
- Transition to a Different Panorama Model
- Access and Navigate Panorama Management Interfaces
- Set Up Administrative Access to Panorama
- Set Up Authentication Using Custom Certificates
Complete the Panorama Virtual Appliance Setup
Complete the Panorama Virtual Appliance Setup After you Perform Initial Configuration of the Panorama Virtual Appliance , continue with the following tasks for additional configuration: ...
Set Up the Panorama Virtual Appliance
Set Up the Panorama Virtual Appliance The Panorama virtual appliance enables you to use your existing VMware virtual infrastructure to centrally manage and monitor Palo ...
Set Up an M-Series Appliance in Panorama Mode
Set Up an M-Series Appliance in Panorama Mode Rack mount the M-Series appliance. Refer to the M-100 or M-500 Appliance Hardware Reference Guide for instructions. ...
Migrate from an M-Series Appliance to a Panorama Virtual Appliance
Procedure to migrate from an M-Series appliance to a Panorama virtual appliance on Panorama 8.0 ...
Manage WildFire Appliances
Manage WildFire Appliances You can manage up to 200 standalone WildFire appliances and WildFire appliance cluster nodes centrally using a Panorama M-Series or virtual appliance. ...
Panorama Models Panorama is available as one of the following virtual or physical appliances, each of which supports licenses for managing up to 25, 100, ...
Migrate Log Collectors after Failure/RMA of Non-HA Panorama
Migrate Log Collectors after Failure/RMA of Non-HA Panorama If a system failure occurs on a Panorama management server that is not deployed in a high ...
Transition to a Different Panorama Model
Transition to a Different Panorama Model When your network requirements change (for example, the logging rate increases), you can migrate the Panorama management server and ...
Deploy Panorama Virtual Appliances in Legacy Mode with Local Log Collection
Deploy Panorama Virtual Appliances in Legacy Mode with Local Log Collection The following figure illustrates Panorama in a centralized log collection deployment. In this example, ...