Mac of local layer 3 VLAN interface

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Mac of local layer 3 VLAN interface

Hi, Everyone

I am sorry I am posting a few questions today I am still learning the PAN-OS platform and this is kind of a basic one; is it possible to tell the MAC address of a local layer 3 VLAN interface?  I can ping it, and verify that the IP address is configured locally on the interface, however the MAC does not show up in the local VLAN interface configuration, nor does it show up in the local ARP table.

admin@PA-5050> show interface vlan.3357

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Name: vlan.3357, ID: 256
Operation mode: layer3
Virtual router 6045
Interface MTU 1500
Interface IP address: 128.135.245.36/28
Interface management profile: N/A
Service configured:
Zone: Campus-Facing, virtual system: vsys1
Adjust TCP MSS: no
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Logical interface counters read from CPU:
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bytes received                           109824
bytes transmitted                        0
packets received                         736
packets transmitted                      0
receive errors                           0
packets dropped                          0
packets dropped by flow state check      0
forwarding errors                        0
no route                                 0
arp not found                            14
neighbor not found                       0
neighbor info pending                    0
mac not found                            0
packets routed to different zone         0
land attacks                             0
ping-of-death attacks                    0
teardrop attacks                         0
ip spoof attacks                         0
mac spoof attacks                        0
ICMP fragment                            0
layer2 encapsulated packets              0
layer2 decapsulated packets              0
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------


admin@PA-5050> ping host 128.135.245.36
PING 128.135.245.36 (128.135.245.36) 56(84) bytes of data.
64 bytes from 128.135.245.36: icmp_seq=1 ttl=64 time=0.030 ms
^C
--- 128.135.245.36 ping statistics ---
1 packets transmitted, 1 received, 0% packet loss, time 0ms
rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 0.030/0.030/0.030/0.000 ms
admin@PA-5050> show arp all

maximum of entries supported :      20480
default timeout:                    1800 seconds
total ARP entries in table :        0
total ARP entries shown :           0
status: s - static, c - complete, e - expiring, i - incomplete

interface         ip address      hw address        port         status   ttl 
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admin@PA-5050>

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Re: Mac of local layer 3 VLAN interface

Of course the box own ip wont show up in the arp cache (same with windows boxes or anything else).

show interface <interfacename>

should bring you info about PAN's own mac-addresses.

Example from the PAN-OS_4.1_Reference_Guide.pdf:

username@hostname> show interface ethernet1/3
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name: ethernet1/3, ID: 18
Link status:
Runtime link speed/duplex/state: unknown/unknown/down
Configured link speed/duplex/state: auto/auto/auto
Link is forced down due to link-state-pass-through
MAC address:
Port MAC address 00:1b:17:00:6f:12
Operation mode: virtual-wire
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name: ethernet1/3, ID: 18
Operation mode: virtual-wire
Virtual wire: vw34, peer interface: ethernet1/4
Interface management profile: N/A
Service configured:
Zone: vw34, virtual system: vsys1

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