Onboard Firewalls to Strata Logging Service without Panorama
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Onboard Firewalls to Strata Logging Service without Panorama

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Onboard Firewalls to
Strata Logging Service
without Panorama

Onboard Firewalls to
Strata Logging Service
without Panorama.
Where Can I Use This?
What Do I Need?
  • NGFW (Managed by PAN-OS or Panorama)
  • NGFW (Managed by Strata Cloud Manager)
  • Strata Logging Service
  • AIOps for NGFW Premium
After you
Activate
Strata Logging Service
, onboard your devices to the service. How you do this depends on the a PAN-OS version of your devices. Ensure that you have subscribed to a valid support license of
Strata Logging Service
(90 days software warranty is not counted as a valid support license).
Beginning with PAN-OS 10.1, you can install a device certificate on your firewalls to simplify the onboarding process. Before you start sending logs to
Strata Logging Service
, you must install device certificates on as many firewalls as you’d like to onboard. After you’ve installed the certificates, use the
Strata Logging Service
app to complete the onboarding process.
To start sending logs to
Strata Logging Service
, you must generate the key that enables firewalls to securely connect to
Strata Logging Service
. Onboarding keys are valid for 24 hours and you can use a single key for as many firewalls as you’d like to onboard during that 24-hour period.
After you use the
Strata Logging Service
app to generate the key, copy the key and save it for future reference. You cannot reference it again after you close out of the
Strata Logging Service
app and you will need to add the key to each firewall that you want to connect to
Strata Logging Service
. Generating a new key invalidates any other keys that were generated in the previous 24 hours.

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