Monthly Archives: August 2014

Palo Alto NGFW use case two: Virtual Wire mode (vWire)

Last time we saw how to deploy the Palo Alto NGFW in a tap mode, so we could verify our security policy would work. The main drawback of this mode is that we cannot interfere with a traffic in any … Continue reading

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Palo Alto NGFW use case one: monitoring traffic (Tap mode)

All right, last time we did some basic maintenance of the Palo Alto Networks Next Generation Firewall. Let’s warm up with the very basic scenario, which is just monitoring network traffic to verify if it is in compliance with our … Continue reading

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Resetting Cisco CAPWAP/LWAP Access Point to Factory Defaults

Ok, we are not experts in Cisco wireless deployments (CUWN) and we’re still learning and in that learning process our evaluation of vWLC expired and we forgot credentials for our CAPWAP/LWAP access points. Not only our evaluation expired, but we removed the virtual machine … Continue reading

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