Migrate Panorama and non-HA Firewalls from BrightCloud to PAN-DB
Perform this procedure to migrate the URL filtering vendor from BrightCloud to PAN-DB on Panorama and firewalls when the firewalls are not deployed in a high availability (HA) configuration. The migration automatically maps BrightCloud URL categories to PAN-DB URL categories.
- Determine which firewalls require new PAN-DB URL
- Log in to Panorama and select PanoramaDevice DeploymentLicenses.
- Check the URL column to determine which firewalls
have PAN-DB licenses and whether the licenses are valid or expired.A firewall can have valid licenses for both BrightCloud and PAN-DB, but only one license can be active.If you’re not sure whether a PAN-DB URL filtering license is active, access the firewall web interface, select DeviceLicenses, and verify that the Active field displays Yes in the PAN-DB URL Filtering section.
- Purchase new licenses for the firewalls that don’t
have valid PAN-DB licenses.Palo Alto Networks sends an email containing activation codes for the licenses you purchase. If you can’t find this email, contact Customer Support before proceeding.
- Change the URL filtering vendor to PAN-DB on Panorama.Access the Panorama web interface and perform one of the following tasks:
- Migrate the URL filtering vendor to PAN-DB on each firewall.
- Access the firewall web interface and select DeviceLicenses.
- In the License Management section, select Activate
feature using authorization code, enter the Authorization
Code, and click OK.Activating the PAN-DB license automatically deactivates the BrightCloud license.
- In the PAN-DB URL Filtering section, Download the seed file, select your region, and click OK.
- Commit and push your configuration changes:
- Access the Panorama web interface.
- Select CommitCommit and Push and Edit Selections in the Push Scope
- Select Device Groups, select the firewall, and click OK.
- Commit and Push your changes to the Panorama configuration and to device groups.
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