From the cli:
adming@pan2020> scp export threat-pcap from 20110619 to root@linuxhost:/root/pcaps
/opt/panlogs/session/pan/threat/20110619: not a regular file
Bug? Should I feed it bran or yogurt?
Edit: OS 3.1.8
Solved! Go to Solution.
How would I do that? Pre-pending the path just makes it try to send /opt/panlogs/session/pan/theat//opt/panlogs/session/pan/threat/20110619, which dies with "No such file or directory".
I tried to scp from the Linux host instead, but it just stalls after the password prompt.
Is there some other way to get at any old file with advance knowledge of the path?
scp export filter-pcap from <filename> to <username>@<ip-addr>:<path-to-file>
typically filename will equal the name of your packet-diag packet capture. To export the threat pcaps you would replace filter-pcap with threat-pcap.
if you hit the tab key after entering 'from' the system should show you the files that are available for export.
OK, it seems I just wasn't done yet.
20110619 isn't the filename, it's a directory that contains almost 60,000 logs from that day. Swell. :smileylaugh:
Thanks for prodding me in the right direction.
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