Override a Template Value Using a Template Stack

How to use a template stack to override a configuration setting pushed to the firewall from a template.
You can use template stack values to override configurations pushed to the managed firewall from a template to create a template stack configuration that you can use to manage the base configuration of your managed firewalls from Panorama™. This enables you to leverage the management capabilities of Panorama to push configuration changes to multiple devices from a single location. In this example, you will use a template stack to override the Primary DNS server IP address variable called $DNS that was pushed from a template.
  1. Log in to the Panorama Web Interface.
  2. From the Templatedrop-down, select the template stack that will override the template configuration.
  3. Override the pushed template configuration.
    1. Select DeviceSetupServices and edit the Services section.
    2. Configure the Primary DNS with the IP address to override the pushed template configuration and click OK.
  4. Commit and Push the configuration change.

Override a Template Value Using a Template Stack Variable

How to override a configuration setting pushed to the firewall from a template using template stack variables.
You can use template stack values and variables to override configurations pushed to the managed firewall from a template to create a template stack configuration that you can use to manage the base configuration of your managed firewalls from Panorama™. This enables you to leverage the management capabilities of Panorama to push configuration changes to multiple firewalls from a single location. In this example, you will create a template stack variable by overriding the Primary DNS server IP address variable called $DNS that was pushed from a template.
  1. Log in to the Panorama Web Interface.
  2. Override the template variable.
    1. Select PanoramaTemplates.
    2. Manage (Variables column) the template stack containing the template variable you need to override.
    3. Locate and select the $DNS variable.
    4. Select Override.
    5. Enter the new variable value and click OK.
  3. Commit and Push your changes.

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