How to Manually Import and Install PAN-OS from the CLI

How to Manually Import and Install PAN-OS from the CLI

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Created On 09/25/18 19:38 PM - Last Modified 12/03/19 02:15 AM


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Overview

This document describes the steps to manually import and install PAN-OS on a Palo Alto Networks device from the CLI.

 

Steps

  1. Download the PAN-OS image from the Palo Alto Networks Support Portal

        Note:  Download the base image if you are upgrading to a new revision along with the image you are upgrading to. (ex. If you are on 8.0.5 and going to 8.1.10, download 8.1.0 and 8.1.10) 

                   Support Portal
  1. Place the downloaded image on an SCP or TFTP server that can be accessed from the firewall management port
  2. From the CLI of the firewall, import via SCP or TFTP
           If using SCP
      > scp import software from <value> Source (username@host:path)
> scp import software from user1@10.46.48.50:/home/user1/scp-test/PanOS_3200-9.0.0
user1@10.46.48.50's password:
PanOS_3200-9.0.0                              100% 1288MB   9.5MB/s   02:15
PanOS_3200-9.0.0 saved

           If using TFTP       
      > tftp import software from <tftp host> file <Source path>
> tftp import software from 10.10.10.10 file PanOS_200-5.0.5
mode set to octet
Connected to 10.10.10.10 (10.10.10.10), port 69
getting from 10.10.10.10:PanOS_200-5.0.5 to /tmp/cli.tmp.MX0Ilu [octet]
Received 189492288 bytes in 269.5 seconds [5624095 bit/s]
 
  1. Once uploaded, you can then initiate an install.
> request system software install version
 8.1.10   8.1.10
 8.1.9    8.1.9
 9.0.0    9.0.0
 9.0.3    9.0.3
 <value>  Upgrade to a software package by version
  1. Reboot


Additional Information
BEST PRACTICES FOR PAN-OS UPGRADE

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