Help with create api call

L3 Networker

Help with create api call

Despite me reading alot of documentation i have not really understood this.

 

Im trying to add a device in panorama, so i run this command from the cli.

 

 

set mgt-config devices 1234555 hostname 1234

 

This gives me the following output.

 

 (container-tag: mgt-config container-tag: devices container-tag: entry key-tag:                                                                            name value: 1234555 leaf-tag: hostname value: 1234) 
((eol-matched: . #t) (xpath-prefix: . /config) (context-inserted-at-end-p: . #f)                                                                           ) 
(mgt-config (devices (entry (@ (name 1234555)) (hostname 1234)))) 
(hostname 1234) 


<request cmd="set" obj="/config/mgt-config/devices/entry[@name='1234555']" cooki 
e="5357976790132914"><hostname>1234</hostname></request> 


2018-11-09 16:35:03 
<response status="success" code="20"><msg>command succeeded</msg></response> 
 
So when i try to create a request of this it looks like this (if i take the url)
 
This give me a "error 12"
 
If i use the api browser it gives me a get command, but i want to add a new device. Any ideas?
L3 Networker

Re: Help with create api call

I found this, however as  BPry points out, the user dont put the answer in code box, so i still dont know the answer :)

https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/t5/General-Topics/Adding-device-serial-number-to-Panorama-with-API...

 

L2 Linker

Re: Help with create api call

According to that other post, looks like at the end of the code they are adding

devices&element=<entry>@name="SerialNumber"</entry>

 

Have you tried that or some variation of that?

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