A skillet is just a collection of templates with a bit of meta-data that goes along with them. Meta-data can include things like a name for the collection, a type that describes how the templates can be consumed, a description, optional labels, etc.
What's up with the name 'Skillets' anyway?
Although most skillets consist of loadable PAN-OS configurations, Panhandler can also load additional types of Skillets including:
For more information, see the Panhandler documentation.
How to use Skillets
There are several applications that can deploy Skillets:
Skillet Metadata syntax
See the Panhandler documentation for a the meta-cnc syntax.
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