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  • The Palo Alto Networks Firewall 9.x: Troubleshooting course is three days of instructor-led training that will help you:
  • > Investigate networking issues using firewall tools including the CLI
  • > Follow proven troubleshooting methodologies specific to individual features
  • > Analyze advanced logs to resolve various real-life scenarios
  • > Solve advanced, scenario-based challenges


Security Engineers, Security Administrators, Security Operations Specialists, Security Analysts, Network Engineers, and Support Staff


Participants must complete the Firewall 8.1 Essentials: Configuration and Management (210) course. Participants must have strong practical knowledge of routing and switching, IP addressing, and network security concepts, and at least six months of on-the-job experience with Palo Alto Networks firewalls.


Module 1: Tools and Resources

Module 2: CLI Primer

Module 3: Flow Logic

Module 4: Packet Captures

Module 5: Packet-Diagnostics Logs

Module 6: Host-Inbound Traffic

Module 7: Transit Traffic

Module 8: System Services

Module 9: SSL Decryption

Module 10: User-ID

Module 11: GlobalProtect

Module 12: Escalation and RMAs

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