» panos_security_policy

This resource allows you to manage the full security posture.

This resource manages the full set of security rules in a vsys, enforcing both the contents of individual rules as well as their ordering. Rules are defined in a rule config block.

For each security rule, there are three styles of profile settings:

The Profile Setting is implicitly chosen based on what params are configured for the security rule. If you want a Profile Setting of Group, then the group param should be set to the desired Group Profile. If you want a Profile Setting of Profiles, then you will need to specify one or more of the following params:

If the group param and none of the Profiles params are specified, then the Profile Setting is set to None.

» Example Usage

resource "panos_security_policy" "example" {
    rule {
        name = "allow bizdev to dmz"
        source_zones = ["bizdev"]
        source_addresses = ["any"]
        source_users = ["any"]
        hip_profiles = ["any"]
        destination_zones = ["dmz"]
        destination_addresses = ["any"]
        applications = ["any"]
        services = ["application-default"]
        categories = ["any"]
        action = "allow"
    }
    rule {
        name = "deny sales to eng"
        source_zones = ["sales"]
        source_addresses = ["any"]
        source_users = ["any"]
        hip_profiles = ["any"]
        destination_zones = ["eng"]
        destination_addresses = ["any"]
        applications = ["any"]
        services = ["application-default"]
        categories = ["any"]
        action = "deny"
    }
}

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • vsys - (Optional) The vsys to put the security policy into (default: vsys1).
  • rulebase - (Optional, Deprecated) The rulebase. For firewalls, there is only the rulebase value (default), but on Panorama, there is also pre-rulebase and post-rulebase.
  • rule - A security rule definition (see below). The security rule ordering will match how they appear in the terraform plan file.

The following arguments are valid for each rule section:

  • name - (Required) The security rule name.
  • type - (Optional) Rule type. This can be universal (default), interzone, or intrazone.
  • description - (Optional) The description.
  • tags - (Optional) List of tags for this security rule.
  • source_zones - (Required) List of source zones.
  • source_addresses - (Required) List of source addresses.
  • negate_source - (Optional, bool) If the source should be negated.
  • source_users - (Required) List of source users.
  • hip_profiles - (Required) List of HIP profiles.
  • destination_zones - (Required) List of destination zones.
  • destination_addresses - (Required) List of destination addresses.
  • negate_destination - (Optional, bool) If the destination should be negated.
  • applications - (Required) List of applications.
  • services - (Required) List of services.
  • categories - (Required) List of categories.
  • action - (Optional) Action for the matched traffic. This can be allow (default), deny, drop, reset-client, reset-server, or reset-both.
  • log_setting - (Optional) Log forwarding profile.
  • log_start - (Optional, bool) Log the start of the traffic flow.
  • log_end - (Optional, bool) Log the end of the traffic flow (default: true).
  • disabled - (Optional, bool) Set to true to disable this rule.
  • schedule - (Optional) The security policy schedule.
  • icmp_unreachable - (Optional) Set to true to enable ICMP unreachable.
  • disable_server_response_inspection - (Optional) Set to true to disable server response inspection.
  • group - (Optional) Profile Setting: Group - The group profile name.
  • virus - (Optional) Profile Setting: Profiles - The antivirus setting.
  • spyware - (Optional) Profile Setting: Profiles - The anti-spyware setting.
  • vulnerability - (Optional) Profile Setting: Profiles - The Vulnerability Protection setting.
  • url_filtering - (Optional) Profile Setting: Profiles - The URL filtering setting.
  • file_blocking - (Optional) Profile Setting: Profiles - The file blocking setting.
  • wildfire_analysis - (Optional) Profile Setting: Profiles - The WildFire Analysis setting.
  • data_filtering - (Optional) Profile Setting: Profiles - The Data Filtering setting.