CLI cmd to show system log

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CLI cmd to show system log

I'm trying to use the CLI to get a list of SSLVPN logins, but keep getting either "sytnax error at end of input" or "syntax error at AND" errors. what i've attempted so far is variation on:

show log system subtype equal sslvpn object equal "Test SSL-VPN"

I suspect it's something to do with the object name which has a space it in. I've tried single quotes, double quotes, no quotes, URL encoding (%20 for the space), but nothing seems to scratch the ol' Palo Alto itch.

Any help would be greatly apprciated.

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Re: CLI cmd to show system log

Hi,

Since I'm not using SSLVPN on my device, I just help you on CLI input format.

I could filter 'Port__2' ( _ is space) by following format.

Does it help you?

admin@PA-200> show log system query equal "Description contains 'Port  2' "
Time           Severity Subtype Object EventID ID Description
===============================================================================
2012/03/14 20:51:51info     port           link-ch 0  Port  2: Up   1Gb/s-full duplex
2012/03/15 03:17:04info     port           link-ch 0  Port  2: Down 1Gb/s-full duplex
2012/03/15 03:17:06info     port           link-ch 0  Port  2: Up   10Mb/s-full duplex
2012/03/15 03:18:09info     port           link-ch 0  Port  2: Down 10Mb/s-full duplex
2012/03/15 03:18:12info     port           link-ch 0  Port  2: Up   1Gb/s-full duplex
2012/04/10 00:21:55info     port           link-ch 0  Port  2: Up   1Gb/s-full duplex
2012/04/10 23:38:40info     port           link-ch 0  Port  2: Up   1Gb/s-full duplex
2012/04/12 03:19:32info     port           link-ch 0  Port  2: Down 1Gb/s-full duplex
2012/04/12 03:19:34info     port           link-ch 0  Port  2: Up   10Mb/s-full duplex
2012/04/12 03:20:38info     port           link-ch 0  Port  2: Down 10Mb/s-full duplex
2012/04/12 03:20:41info     port           link-ch 0  Port  2: Up   1Gb/s-full duplex
admin@PA-200>

Regards,

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