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SEC0304 - PAN 9.0 NAT (Part 4)

The video walks you through configuration of Network Address Translation (NAT) on Palo Alto firewall. We will be going over various source and destination NAT scenarios, from static to dynamic NAT, and NAT64. This should cover the majority of NAT requirements you would run into in real-life.

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SEC0304 - PAN 9.0 NAT (Part 3)

The video walks you through configuration of Network Address Translation (NAT) on Palo Alto firewall. We will be going over various source and destination NAT scenarios, from static to dynamic NAT, and NAT64. This should cover the majority of NAT requirements you would run into in real-life.

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SEC0304 - PAN 9.0 NAT (Part 2)

The video walks you through configuration of Network Address Translation (NAT) on Palo Alto firewall. We will be going over various source and destination NAT scenarios, from static to dynamic NAT, and NAT64. This should cover the majority of NAT requirements you would run into in real-life.

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SEC0304 - PAN 9.0 NAT (Part 1)

The video walks you through configuration of Network Address Translation (NAT) on Palo Alto firewall. We will be going over various source and destination NAT scenarios, from static to dynamic NAT, and NAT64. This should cover the majority of NAT requirements you would run into in real-life.

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SEC0303 - PAN 9.0 IPv6 (Part 3)

The video takes you through IPv6 configuration on Palo Alto firewall. We will start with the basic by enabling IPv6 on firewall interfaces and Auto-Config. The remaining of the video will cover different way to enable IPv6 routing including static route, OSPFv3 and BGPv6, and common routing features of redistribution and summartization in order to provide IPv6 connectivity in our lab.

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SEC0303 - PAN 9.0 IPv6 (Part 2)

The video takes you through IPv6 configuration on Palo Alto firewall. We will start with the basic by enabling IPv6 on firewall interfaces and Auto-Config. The remaining of the video will cover different way to enable IPv6 routing including static route, OSPFv3 and BGPv6, and common routing features of redistribution and summartization in order to provide IPv6 connectivity in our lab.

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SEC0303 - PAN 9.0 IPv6 (Part 1)

The video takes you through IPv6 configuration on Palo Alto firewall. We will start with the basic by enabling IPv6 on firewall interfaces and Auto-Config. The remaining of the video will cover different way to enable IPv6 routing including static route, OSPFv3 and BGPv6, and common routing features of redistribution and summartization in order to provide IPv6 connectivity in our lab.

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SEC0302 - PAN 9.0 Routing - Redistribution & PBF (Part 3)

The video shows you various ways to configure and utilize route redistribution on Palo Alto firewall. We will update our lab to allow routes to be exchanged and advertised between different routing protocol including, connected, host, default, static routes, OSPF and BGP. The second half of the lab shows another way to control traffic routing using Policy Based Forwarding within and across Virtual Routers.

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SEC0302 - PAN 9.0 Routing - Redistribution & PBF (Part 2)

The video shows you various ways to configure and utilize route redistribution on Palo Alto firewall. We will update our lab to allow routes to be exchanged and advertised between different routing protocol including, connected, host, default, static routes, OSPF and BGP. The second half of the lab shows another way to control traffic routing using Policy Based Forwarding within and across Virtual Routers.

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SEC0302 - PAN 9.0 Routing - Redistribution & PBF (Part 1)

The video shows you various ways to configure and utilize route redistribution on Palo Alto firewall. We will update our lab to allow routes to be exchanged and advertised between different routing protocol including, connected, host, default, static routes, OSPF and BGP. The second half of the lab shows another way to control traffic routing using Policy Based Forwarding within and across Virtual Routers.

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