Configure and Install Prisma Access for Networks (managed by Panorama)

3.1.2
Configure the Prisma SD-WAN CloudBlade to prepare the Prisma SD-WAN Controller for integration.
  1. From the
    Prisma SD-WAN
    web interface, select
    CloudBlades
    .
  2. In
    CloudBlades
    , locate the
    Prisma Access for Networks Integration (managed by Panorama)
    CloudBlade and click
    Configure
    . If this CloudBlade does not appear in the list, contact Prisma SD-WAN Support.
  3. Select the
    Prisma Access for Networks (managed by Panorama)
    CloudBlade to view the CloudBlade Installation page. Enter the following information in the fields shown below, change where appropriate:
    1. VERSION
      : Select the version of the Prisma Access for Networks (managed by Panorama) CloudBlade.
    2. ADMIN STATE
      : For Admin State, select/retain Enabled.
    3. PANORAMA SERIAL NUMBER
      : Enter the serial number of the Panorama API endpoint.
    4. PANORAMA AUTHORIZATION KEY
      : Enter the same key that was set in the Panorama console for the Prisma SD-WAN integration.
    5. ION PEERING DEFAULT LOCAL AS NUMBER
      : Starting with version 2.0.3 and higher, a BGP Local AS number is defined to quickly on-board ECMP sites. This can be any 16-bit AS number, but private BGP AS number(s) are recommended.
    6. TUNNEL IDENTIFIER, PRISMA ACCESS FOR NETWORKS SIDE
      : Enter an FQDN IKE identifier in name@domain.com format. This identifier will be used by Prisma Access to identify remote tunnel connections.
    7. TUNNEL IDENTIFIER TEMPLATE, PRISMA SD-WAN SIDE
      : Enter an FQDN IKE identifier in name@domain.com format. This identifier should be different from the Prisma Access identifier. This identifier will be used as a template to generate a unique ID per tunnel.
    8. TUNNEL INNER IP POOL
      : Specify an IP pool using IP/Mask notation. This IP Pool should be unused or unique across the entire network and should not be used by the Palo Alto Service Infrastructure Subnet.
      The number of tunnels that can be created in the Prisma SD-WAN Fabric to Prisma Access are directly limited by this configuration. Each tunnel will use a /31 subnet from this pool.
    9. TUNNEL PSK SEED
      : Specify a string of text which will be used to derive the unique pre-shared keys (PSKs) used per tunnel.
    10. Optional
      PANORAMA TENANT NAME
      : Specify the Tenant Name that will be used for Remote Networks with the CloudBlade.
    11. ENFORCE DEFAULT PRISMA SD-WAN LIVELINESS PROBES
      : For Prisma Access, the default is to leverage an ICMP probe to the last Prisma Access Infrastructure IP address.
  4. Click
    Install
    after the settings are configured.
    If you select/change the version of the CloudBlade, you must re-enter all the configuration values for that particular CloudBlade version.

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