Firewall 7.1: Debug and Troubleshoot

Firewall 7.1: Debug and Troubleshoot Training in United Kingdom
Firewall 7.1: Debug and Troubleshoot
  • Firewall 7.1: Debug and Troubleshoot

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    3 Days Course

    Palo Alto Networks

    Upcoming Dates

     Oct 9 to Oct 11, 2017
    London

    Course Details

    Firewall 7.1: Debug and Troubleshoot

    Firewall 7.1: Debug and Troubleshoot is the next-level course to Palo Alto Networks® Firewall 7.1: Install, Configure, and Manage (EDU-201) and Firewall 7.1: Configure Extended Features (EDU-205). The three-day, instructor-led Firewall 7.1: Debug and Troubleshoot course expands on the topics from the 201 and 205 courses with hands-on troubleshooting labs.

    Successful completion of this three-day, instructor-led course will enhance the student’s understanding of how to troubleshoot the full line of Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewalls. Students will receive hands-on experience troubleshooting the security, networking, threat prevention, logging, and reporting features of the Palo Alto Networks PAN-OS® operating system. Upon completion of this class, students will have an in-depth knowledge of how to troubleshoot visibility and control over applications, users, and content.

    • Module 1: Troubleshooting Methodology
    • Module 2: Platform Comparisons When Troubleshooting
    • Module 3: Flow Logic
    • Module 4: Administration Troubleshooting
    • Module 5: Layer 3 Troubleshooting
    • Module 6: Policy Troubleshooting
    • Module 7: User-ID™ Troubleshooting
    • Module 8: VPN Troubleshooting
    • Module 9: GlobalProtect™ Troubleshooting
    • Module 10: Performance Troubleshooting
    • Firewall Administrators, Network Security Administrators, and Technical Professionals
    • Students must complete the Firewall 7.1: Install, Configure, and Manage (EDU-201) course and have an understanding of network concepts, including routing, switching, and IP addressing.
    • They also will need in-depth knowledge of port-based security and security technologies such as IPS, proxy, and content filtering.