Problem with initial Terraform Panos configuration panos_panorama_template

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Problem with initial Terraform Panos configuration panos_panorama_template

I am trying to configure a VM100 running version 8.3.1 with terraform. (I also tried the same on VM with version 9.0.1)

I run the following version of Terraform:

> terraform -v
Terraform v0.11.13
+ provider.panos v1.5.1

 

I have configured panos_panorama_template, panos_panorama_template_entry, panos_panorama_template_variable, panos_panorama_ethernet_interface and panos_panorama_zone.

 

The terraform plan doesn't report any problems but when I do the terraform apply I get the following error and terraform crashes.

panos_panorama_template.example_templ: Creating...
default_vsys: "" => "<computed>"
devices.#: "" => "<computed>"
name: "" => "example_templ"

Error: Error applying plan:

1 error(s) occurred:

* panos_panorama_template.example_templ: 1 error(s) occurred:

* panos_panorama_template.example_templ: unexpected EOF

 

panic: interface conversion: interface {} is *pango.Firewall, not *pango.Panorama
2019-05-13T17:58:44.410+0200 [DEBUG] plugin.terraform-provider-panos_v1.5.1_x4:
2019-05-13T17:58:44.410+0200 [DEBUG] plugin.terraform-provider-panos_v1.5.1_x4: goroutine 72 [running]:
2019/05/13 17:58:44 [ERROR] root: eval: *terraform.EvalApplyPost, err: 1 error(s) occurred:

* panos_panorama_template.example_templ: unexpected EOF
2019/05/13 17:58:44 [ERROR] root: eval: *terraform.EvalSequence, err: 1 error(s) occurred:

* panos_panorama_template.example_templ: unexpected EOF
2019/05/13 17:58:44 [TRACE] [walkApply] Exiting eval tree: panos_panorama_template.example_templ
2019-05-13T17:58:44.410+0200 [DEBUG] plugin: plugin process exited: path=/home/rhuyerman/cookbook/terraform/busa/firewall/pa-config/.terraform/plugins/linux_amd64/terraform-provider-panos_v1.5.1_x4
2019/05/13 17:58:44 [TRACE] dag/walk: upstream errored, not walking "panos_panorama_template_entry.example_tmplentry"
2019-05-13T17:58:44.410+0200 [DEBUG] plugin.terraform-provider-panos_v1.5.1_x4: github.com/terraform-providers/terraform-provider-panos/panos.createPanoramaTemplate(0xc0001b0d20, 0x10c6060, 0xc0002e8640, 0xc0001b0d20, 0x0)

 

What am I doing wrong in my configuration.

 

This is the config:

provider "panos" {
#hostname = "172.16.0.75"
hostname = "172.16.0.249"
api_key = "${var.panos_api_key}"
}

resource "panos_panorama_template" "example_templ" {
name = "example_templ"
# device {
# serial = "007254000068426"
# }
}

resource "panos_panorama_template_entry" "example_tmplentry" {
template = "${panos_panorama_template.example_templ.name}"
#serial = "007254000068426"
serial = "007054000062810"
}

resource "panos_panorama_template_variable" "example_templvar" {
template = "${panos_panorama_template.example_templ.name}"
name = "$example_templvar"
type = "fqdn"
value = "example.busm.local"
}


resource "panos_panorama_ethernet_interface" "eth1-3" {
name = "ethernet1/3"
# vsys = "vsys1"
mode = "layer3"
template = "${panos_panorama_template.example_templ.name}"
static_ips = ["172.16.16.2/24"]
comment = "EXP_a_DMZ"
}


resource "panos_panorama_zone" "EXP_a_DMZ" {
name = "EXP_a_DMZ"
mode = "layer3"
interfaces = ["${panos_panorama_ethernet_interface.eth1-3.name}"]
}

L3 Networker

Re: Problem with initial Terraform Panos configuration panos_panorama_template

Hi rhuyerman,

it seems you're using panorama resources while talking to a firewall. If you're directly configuring a firewall (and you don't have a panorama) you should be fine with using: panos_ethernet_interface and panos_zone

 

regards

Rafal

L0 Member

Re: Problem with initial Terraform Panos configuration panos_panorama_template

Rafal,

 

That sound logical, I will use that one and let you know of I still have problems.

 

Regards,

 

Richard

L0 Member

Re: Problem with initial Terraform Panos configuration panos_panorama_template

Rafal,

 

That works :)

 

I have create the interface, Zone and Virtual router.

This is the first time I use the Palo Alto Firewalls and I never used Panorama.

 

Thanks again for the quick help.

 

Regards,

 

Richard

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