The following list describes known issues
in the Panorama plugin for GCP 1.0.0.
If you delete a label from the config.yaml
file in your GKE cluster, the Google Cloud Platform plugin for Panorama
deletes the NAT rule and service object on Panorama, but the change
is not pushed, so the managed firewalls retain the NAT rule and service
If you accidentally created an invalid label,
correct the label in your config.yaml file. From Panorama, commit
and push the changes to the managed firewalls.
You can also delete the service from your GKE cluster. In this
case the Google Cloud Platform plugin automatically deletes the
NAT rule and service object, and a commit is not required.