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Do you want to learn how to block certain applications within Facebook like writing posts or chatting? Do you want to learn how to decrypt a secure web page a user may access to inspect it further? Do you want to learn how to block certain files uploaded towards the Internet? In this video series you will learn how to do many of these things and much more. Palo Alto Networks is a Next-Generation Firewall that is focused on application inspection where you can control what a user can access within a specific application. We have a range of basic to advanced topics that will show you how to deploy the PAN appliance step-by-step in a simple and practical implementation. This video series will be released in video modules providing numerous updates to this series. Below are some of the video topics that are available and what topics are already being scheduled to be released soon:
View the detailed topic list on the ‘Topics’ tab
  1. Overview and Design

  2. Initial Access into PAN

  3. Registering the PAN

  4. Management Interface

  5. General Settings and Services

  6. Security Zones

  7. Virtual Routers

  8. Interfaces

  9. Static Routes

  10. OSPF Routing

  11. Upgrading PAN-OS

  12. Network Address Translations (NAT)

  13. Security Policies

  14. Outbound SSL Decryption

  15. URL Filtering

  16. Global Protect (Client VPN)

  17. Site-to-Site VPN Tunnel (VTI)

  18. Guest Network

  19. 802.1Q and VLAN tagging

  20. DHCP

  21. Sending Logs to Syslog

  22. SNMPv3

  23. Netflow

  24. File Blocking

  25. Anti-Virus Blocking

  26. Factory Default

  27. BGP Routing

  28. Captive Portal

  29. User Identification using Active Directory (without Agent)

  30. Dual Internet using Policy Based Forwarding
About the Author
Michel Thomatis has spent the last 15 years as a network engineer/architect. As a 10-year CCIE, Michel loves the opportunity to provide training in a wide-array of network technologies. He formerly worked at Cisco, as well as in government, banking, and non-profit organizations. Currently, Michel is the owner and Chief Network Architect and Trainer at RouteHub Group, LLC.

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