Manage Device Groups
- Add a Device Group
- Create a Device Group Hierarchy
- Create Objects for Use in Shared or Device Group Policy
- Revert to Inherited Object Values
- Manage Unused Shared Objects
- Manage Precedence of Inherited Objects
- Move or Clone a Policy Rule or Object to a Different Device Group
- Select a URL Filtering Vendor on Panorama
- Push a Policy Rule to a Subset of Firewalls
- Manage the Rule Hierarchy
Device Group Objects
Device Group Objects Objects are configuration elements that policy rules reference, for example: IP addresses, URL categories, security profiles, users, services, and applications. Rules of ...
Create a Device Group Hierarchy
Create a Device Group Hierarchy Plan the Device Group Hierarchy . Decide the device group levels, and which firewalls and virtual systems you will assign ...
Device Group Hierarchy
Device Group Hierarchy You can Create a Device Group Hierarchy to nest device groups in a tree hierarchy of up to four levels, with lower-level ...
Manage Precedence of Inherited Objects
Manage Precedence of Inherited Objects By default, when device groups at different levels in the Device Group Hierarchy have an object with the same name ...
Device Groups To use Panorama effectively, you have to group the firewalls in your network into logical units called device groups . A device group ...
Override or Revert an Object
Override or Revert an Object In Panorama, you can nest device groups in a tree hierarchy of up to four levels. At the bottom level, ...
Create Objects for Use in Shared or Device Group Policy
Create Objects for Use in Shared or Device Group Policy You can use an object in any policy rule that is in the Shared location, ...
Add a Device Group
Add a Device Group After adding firewalls (see Add a Firewall as a Managed Device ), you can group them into Device Groups (up to ...
Manage the Rule Hierarchy
Manage the Rule Hierarchy The order of policy rules is critical for the security of your network. Within any policy layer (shared, device group, or ...