Known Issues in the Panorama Software Firewall License Plugin
The following list describes known issues
in the Panorama Software Firewall License plugin 1.0.0.
When viewing the Bootstrap Parameters
under License Managers, Panorama might display the private IP address.
: When copying information from Show Bootstrap
Parameters, do no copy the value for panorama-server-2. When creating
an init-cfg.txt file, enter the Panorama IP address manually.
The Show Devices dialog displays VM-Series
firewalls not bootstrapped using the Panorama Software Firewall
After deactivating the license of a VM-Series
firewall, those licenses might still show as connected or disconnected.
The Bootstrap Definition name is limited
to 31 characters or fewer.
When a firewall is deactivated by the
Panorama Software Firewall License plugin but physically present,
it keeps connecting to Panorama with
connected state. The plugin learns this and displays it under
SW Firewall License
Bootstrapping the VM-Series firewall
on Microsoft Azure through the Panorama Software Firewall License
If VM-Series firewall, which was previously
licensed through the Panorama Software Firewall License plugin,
is delicensed and licensed again on the firewall using a new and
valid auth code, the VM-Series firewall shows as Partially Deactivated
The Remove Config (
) operation fails when
executed for the Panorama Software Firewall License plugin on a
secondary Panorama peer.
If you configure an invalid authcode
when configuring a license manager, the VM-Series firewall will
be deployed but not licensed. Additionally, no error message is
presented in Panorama and the firewall will not be listed under