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A quick study about Palo Alto Networks Firewalls and models with features and Capabilities

Today I am going to talk about the various models of Palo-Alto Firewalls with their features and the capabilities. 

They have major market hold in this segment and competing with the various competitors which includes Cisco, Checkpoint mainly. In this article I am going to cover various models of the Palo-Alto Firewalls.



Fig 1.1- Palo Alto Firewalls with Panorama

Category-I
Below is the comparison showing between the various models which i talk about in the Category Palo-Alto Firewalls. 

Models
We have various models which includes Palo-Alto PA-7080 Systems; PA-7050 Systems; PA-5260; PA-5250; PA-5220 Systems.

You can see the comparison with the various features like throughput of the firewalls, Threat Prevention capabilities, IPSEC VPN throughput, Max and New Sessions per seconds, Interface supported, Management I/O systems information, Rack mountable, Power supply information, Disk drives and hot swap fans information with full details.

Comparison between the below features in Category I Palo-Alto Firewalls
  1. Throughput of the firewalls
  2. Threat Prevention's capabilities
  3. IPSEC VPN throughput
  4. Max and New Sessions per seconds
  5. Interface supported
  6. Management I/O systems information
  7. Rack mountable Information
  8. Power supply information
  9. Disk drives and hot swap fans information with full details.

Fig 1.2- Category I Palo Alto Firewalls


Now after Category I, Lets talk about the category II firewalls now. As i earlier divide the firewalls in the categories, so below are the Category II firewalls 

Category-II
Below is the comparison showing between the various models which i talk about in the Category Palo-Alto Firewalls. 

Models
PA-5060; PA-5050; PA-5020; PA-3060; PA-3050 and PA-3020 Systems.

Comparison between the below features in Category II Palo-Alto Firewalls
  1. Throughput of the firewalls
  2. Threat Prevention's capabilities
  3. IPSEC VPN throughput
  4. Max and New Sessions per seconds
  5. Interface supported
  6. Management I/O systems information
  7. Rack mountable Information
  8. Power supply information
  9. Disk drives and hot swap fans information with full details.

Fig 1.3- Category II Palo Alto Firewalls


Category-III
Below is the comparison showing between the various models which i talk about in the Category Palo-Alto Firewalls. 

Models
Apart from the above mentioned models we have some small capable models as well which includes PA-850; PA-820; PA-500; PA-220 and PA-200 models of Firewall in the Palo-Alto portfolio.

Comparison between the below features in Category II Palo-Alto Firewalls
  1. Throughput of the firewalls
  2. Threat Prevention's capabilities
  3. IPSEC VPN throughput
  4. Max and New Sessions per seconds
  5. Interface supported
  6. Management I/O systems information
  7. Rack mountable Information
  8. Power supply information
  9. Disk drives and hot swap fans information with full details.
Fig 1.4- Category III Palo Alto Firewalls


Category-IV
Below is the comparison showing between the various models which i talk about in the Category Palo-Alto Firewalls. 

Models
In the Virtual Firewall appliances we have VM-50; VM-100/200; VM-300/VM-1000HV; VM-500 and VM-700 models.

Comparison between the below features in Category II Palo-Alto Firewalls
  1. Throughput of the firewalls
  2. Threat Prevention capabilities
  3. IPSEC VPN throughput
  4. CPU configuration supported
  5. New Sessions per seconds
  6. Dedicated Memory and Dedicated disk drive
  7. VMware Support and NSX Manager support
  8. Citrix Xen Server support
  9. Amazon AWS support and Microsoft Azure support
Fig 1.4- Category IV Palo Alto Firewalls



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