Palo Alto Training

Palo Alto Training

Palo Alto Training

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Who can learn the Palo Alto:

Anyone can learn the Palo Alto, although it is recommended that you have some experience with other dance forms first.

What you will learn in Palo Alto:

You will learn about the history of Palo Alto and Silicon Valley, the culture of the area, and the people who live and work here. You will also learn about the technology industry and the businesses that have made Palo Alto a center for innovation.

              Frequently Asked Questions

1.What is the Purpose of Palo Alto AutoFocus?

Palo Alto Auto Focus is a Palo Alto service that may detect major attacks and respond appropriately without the need for additional resources. The service is a cloud-based threat intelligence service. WildFireTM, the PAN-DB URL Filtering database, Unit 42, and third-party feeds are all used by AutoFocus (including both closed and open-source intelligence). After that, AutoFocus makes the data searchable and layers it with statistics that both emphasise pervasive malware and reveal malware linkages.

2. What are the major Advantage of Palo Alto?

Get unprecedented visibility into attacks by combining data from the industry’s largest network, endpoint, and cloud intelligence sources.

Every threat will be enriched with the most detailed context from world-renowned Unit 42 threat researchers.

With a unique threat feed and agile APIs, analysts can get a significant time advantage with intel embedded in any tool.

3.What are the different Failover Scenarios?

Hello Messages and Heartbeat Polling: Hello messages and heartbeats are used by the firewalls to ensure that the peer firewall is responsive and working. To validate the state of the firewall, hello messages are delivered from one peer to the other at the configured Hello Interval.

Link Monitoring: The monitored physical interfaces are organised into a link group, and their status (link up or link down) is tracked. One or more physical interfaces can be found in a link group. When any or all of the interfaces in a group fail, a firewall failure occurs.

Path Monitoring: Path Monitoring keeps track of the whole network path to mission-critical IP addresses. Pings using the ICMP protocol are used to check if an IP address is reachable. Ping intervals are set to 200ms by default.

4. What is a Zone Protection Profile?

The Zone protection profile will provide you with total protection against attacks such as floods, reconnaissance, and packet-based attacks. Flood attacks can be of several types, including SYN, ICMP, and UDP. You’ll be able to guard against port and host sweeps using the reconnaissance protections. The packet safeguards assist you in defending against big ICMP and ICMP fragment attacks.

5.What is WAF (Web Application Firewall)?

The Web Application Firewall (WAF) is the acronym for Web Application Firewall. WAF’s main purpose is to keep track of web applications and improve their security and functionality. It protects the web application by filtering traffic between the internet and the application.

Web Application Firewalls include the following key features:

Designed to compensate for insecure coding techniques – only enterprises who employ web apps and are concerned about the security of their code should purchase a WAF.

Highly customised for each environment – examining how the web application should behave and intervening if it does not.

What Will You Learn?

  • 1. Platforms and Architecture
  • 2. Initial Configuration
  • 3. Security and NAT Policies
  • 4. Management & Reporting
  • 5. VPN Configuration
  • 6. Management & Reporting
  • 7. Active/Passive High Availability
  • 8.Routing Configuration and PBR.


  • Prerequisites of the Palo Alto
  • There are no specific prerequisites for the Palo Alto Networks Certified Network Security Engineer (PCNSE) exam. However, it is recommended that candidates have at least six months of experience working with Palo Alto Network’s next-generation firewalls.

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  • Duration
    5 hours 20 minutes
  • Total Enrolled 0
  • Lessons 14
  • Last Update October 11, 2023