Interface Support and Logging Rates on the Panorama Virtual Appliance

Supported interfaces and logging rates for all Panorama virtual appliance models.
Before you deploy the Panorama management server, review the following sections:

Supported Interfaces

Interfaces can be used for device management, log collection, Collector Group communication, licensing and software updates.
Function
Amazon Web Services (AWS) and AWS GovCloud
Microsoft Azure
Google Cloud Platform (GCP)
KVM
Hyper-V
VMware (ESXi, vCloud Air)
Device Management
MGT interface only
MGT interface only
MGT interface only
MGT interface only
Any interface supported
Any interface supported
Any interface supported
Device Log Collection
MGT interface only
MGT interface only
MGT interface only
MGT interface only
Any interface supported
Any interface supported
Any interface supported
Collector Group Communication
MGT interface only
MGT interface only
MGT interface only
MGT interface only
Any interface supported
Any interface supported
Any interface supported
Licensing and Software Updates
MGT interface only
MGT interface only
MGT interface only
MGT interface only
Any interface supported
Any interface supported
Any interface supported

Logging Rates

Review the logging rates for the Panorama virtual appliance.
Model Capacities and Features
Virtual Appliance in Panorama Mode
Virtual Appliance in Legacy Mode
Maximum Logging Rate for Panorama management server
10,000 logs/second
Maximum Logging Rate for Dedicated Log Collector
18,000 logs/second
Not applicable: the Panorama virtual appliance cannot be a Dedicated Log Collector.
Maximum Log Storage on Appliance
24TB
(12 virtual logging disks)
8TB
(2TB for ESXi versions before v5.5)
Default Log Storage on Appliance
2–24TB
(set during installation)
~11GB
SSD Storage on Appliance (for logs that M-Series appliances generate)
Not applicable
NFS Attached Log Storage
Not available
ESXi server only

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