As we're migrating from proxy to direct internet access, we'd like to cross-check old URL black and white lists against PANDB. I did find the URL to check one site (with captcha) but that will not be very efficient as we have hundreds of entries.
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from the CLI you can do the "test url" command:
> test url www.google.com
www.google.com search-engines (Base db) expires in 0 seconds
www.google.com search-engines (Cloud db)
you can also invoke this command through a REST API call
unfortunately there is no true bulk url test tool
Even if there is way how to do a bulk check of URL, there is a way how to request a bulk re-categorization. You might find this helpful in one point if you are doing this checks.
Here is the link where you can do this: Palo Alto Networks URL Filtering - Bulk Change Request
1. There is no in-built command to do bulk check, However you can write your own script to do bulk check with command "> test url <URL>. You need to feed URL from particular Text file to this command. However, to accomplish this its required to have detailed understanding of script languages.
2. There is no existing API/REST
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