How to Build an IPSec Tunnel Between a Palo Alto Networks Firewall and a Cisco Meraki MX64 Firewall

Posted by Charles Buege on Oct 24, 2019 10:15:00 AM

Thursday, October 24, 2019

By Charles Buege, Fuel User Group Member 

Up next in my series on how to setup IPSec tunnels on Palo Alto Firewalls is an article covering how to connect to a Cisco Meraki MX64 firewall.   

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Topics: Charles Buege, IPSec Tunnel, Cisco Meraki MX64

How to Build an IPSec Tunnel Between a Palo Alto Networks Firewall and a pfSense Firewall

Posted by Charles Buege on Sep 27, 2019 3:49:48 PM

Friday, September 27, 2019

By Charles Buege, Fuel User Group Member 

Continuing my series on how to set up IPSec tunnels on Palo Alto Networks firewalls, this blog post will cover how to connect to a pfSense firewall.   

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Topics: Charles Buege, IPSec Tunnel, Adaptive Security Appliance, ASA

How to Build an IPSec Tunnel Between a Palo Alto Networks Firewall and a Cisco ASA (Adaptive Security Appliance)

Posted by Charles Buege on May 20, 2019 3:51:27 PM

Monday, May 20, 2019

By Charles Buege, Fuel User Group Member 

In this next article of our IPSec Tunnel series, we will cover what it takes to connect a Palo Alto Networks firewall to a Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA). For me, this became a necessity from nearly day one of having my PA-220 in my home lab, as it was right next to my Cisco ASA. Having services behind each network that I wanted to talk to each other meant that getting the tunnel built between them was a quick necessity.

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Topics: Charles Buege, IPSec Tunnel, Adaptive Security Appliance, ASA

How to Build an IPSec Tunnel Between a Palo Alto Networks Firewall and an IPFire Firewall

Posted by Charles Buege on Mar 21, 2019 3:29:40 PM

Thursday, March 21, 2019

From Charles Buege, Fuel User Group Member

Continuing my series on how to setup IPSec tunnels on Palo Alto Networks firewalls, this article covers how to connect to an IPFire firewall. As I wrote in the initial article in this series, I realized not everyone would necessarily have access to the same resources I would. This got me thinking – how could someone with access to only one Palo Alto Networks firewall learn how to setup and configure IPSec tunnels? 

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Topics: Charles Buege, Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Firewall, IPSec Tunnel, how-to articles, IPFire

‘Try as Many Aspects of IT as Possible’: A Q&A with Fuel Volunteer Charles Buege

Posted by Fuel HQ on Mar 5, 2019 11:15:41 AM

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

2018-02-21 - Charles Headshot_croppedCharles Buege has been part of the IT industry for over 25 years. He has a passion for his work, and where some might see an insurmountable problem, he sees another challenge to chip away at. Charles has an at-home lab setup, which has allowed him to author several popular “how to” articles for the Fuel blog

Charles also runs an IT-based Meetup group in Naperville, Ill., called The IT Crowd. They meet monthly to discuss different technologies centering primarily around DevOps – Palo Alto firewalls, security, virtualization, Linux, and programming languages. 

We spoke with him to learn more about his career path, why he joined Fuel, advice for young professionals, and more.  

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How to Build an IPSec Tunnel Between Two Palo Alto Networks Firewalls

Posted by Charles Buege on Jan 7, 2019 12:55:33 PM

Monday, January 7, 2018

By Charles Buege, Fuel User Group Member 

IPSec Tunnel Header ImageSetting up a connection between two sites is a very common thing to do. With a Palo Alto Networks firewall to any provider, it’s very simple. With a Palo Alto Networks firewall to another Palo Alto Networks firewall, it’s even easier. Here’s a step-by-step process for how to get an IPSec tunnel built between two Palo Alto Network firewalls.

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Topics: Charles Buege

Setting up SSH on a Non-Standard Port Using Certificate Authentication

Posted by Charles Buege on Oct 5, 2018 3:21:11 PM

Then Permitting Access Through a Palo Alto PA-220 Next-Generation Firewall to Destination Server

By Charles Buege, Fuel User Group Member | Friday, October 5, 2018

Fuel_SSH How To
Being able to securely connect with an SSH connection is one item that IT professionals need to do all the time, and knowing that the pathway to your system is as secure as possible is of vital importance. In this article, I will review the following items:

 

  • Setting up a second instance of SSH on a non-standard port number
  • Configuring SSH to require a certificate for authentication instead of a username and password
  • Configuring your Palo Alto PA-220 next-generation firewall (PA-220) to allow the connection through that port 

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Topics: Charles Buege, SSH Connection

How to Set Up a Palo Alto Networks PA-220 Next-Generation Firewall from Factory Defaults

Posted by Charles Buege on Jul 23, 2018 3:41:22 PM

Monday, July 23, 2018

By Charles Buege, a Fuel User Group member

PA-220Charles Buege is a Fuel User Group member who has a home lab setup unlike most others. Using a commercial internet provider and running multiple firewalls, his home lab gives him plenty of hands-on learning experience that can translate into his daily work environment. Here he shares how he set up the Palo Alto Networks PA-220 next-generation firewall. Be sure to read his other Fuel blog post, “My Journey to SSL Decryption.”

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Topics: next-generation firewall, PA-220, Charles Buege

My Journey to SSL Decryption

Posted by Charles Buege on Nov 14, 2017 2:29:15 PM

By Charles Buege, Fuel User Group Member | Tuesday, November 14, 2017

My name is Charles and I’ve been trying to implement SSL Decryption for eight months. I’m likely one of many who has encountered issues, and I’d like to share my story so you know you aren’t alone.

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Topics: Cybersecurity, Spark User Summits, Fuel Education, Palo Alto Networks, Fuel member stories, SSL decryption, Charles Buege

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