Firewall 8.1: Configuration and Management (EDU-110)

Firewall 8.1: Configuration and Management (EDU-110)

Firewall 8.1 Essentials provides information about these tasks:

  • Configure and manage the eesential features of Palo Alto next-generation firewalls

  • Configure and manage firewall high availability

  • Monitor network traffic using the interactive web interface and firewall reports

  • Deploy virtual and cloud firewalls

  • Implement next-generation security practices

  • Implement new features in PAN-OS® software


All Courses Idea

Firewall 8.1 Essentials Configuration and Management (EDU-110) include the following topics:

PAN-OS® 8.1 Modules

  • Virtual and cloud deployment
  • Next-generation security practices

PAN-OS® 8.0 Modules

  • Platforms and architecture
  • Initial configuration
  • WildFire®
  • Interface configuration
  • Security and NAT policies
  • App-ID™
  • Content-ID™
  • URL filtering
  • Decryption
  • User-ID™
  • GlobalProtect™
  • Site-to-site VP
  • Monitoring and reporting
  • Active/passive HA

Students must have a basic familiarity with networking concepts including routing, switching, and IP addressing. Students also should be familiar with basic security concepts. Experience with other security technologies (IPS, proxy, and content filtering) is a plus.

The Accredited Configuration Engineer (ACE) exam tests your knowledge of the core features and functions of Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewalls. The ACE exam is web-based and consists of 40-50 multiple-choice questions. The exam is not timed, and you can retake it as many times as necessary to earn a passing score.

The Accredited Configuration Engineer (ACE) exam is an accreditation exam that, once passed, indicates that an engineer understands the fundamental features and functionality of Palo Alto Networks firewall technologies. For more information about the ACE exam, you may refer to our ACE exam page. The Palo Alto Networks Certified Network Security Engineer (PCNSE) exam is the key part of a formal certification that proves that those who have passed it possess an in-depth knowledge of how to design, install, configure, manage, and troubleshoot the vast majority of implementations that use the Palo Alto Networks platform.

The ACE exam requires an 80% score or better to pass. The exam is not timed and you can retake the exam as many times as necessary to earn a passing score. If you fail, you may click "Retake" on your active transcript to retake the exam.