Anyone know how to translate this show CLI command into the ftp export equivalent?
> show log traffic src in 10.0.0.0
> ftp export log traffic ?? (assuming query would work)
I would prefer not to export all logs only need a subset.
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The following worked (copied the query from the query builder in Monitor >traffic log):
> ftp export log traffic query "addr.src in 192.168.53.212" start-time equal 2014/04/23@00:00:00 end-time equal 2014/04/24@00:00:00 to user:firstname.lastname@example.org
On FTP Server:
$ less 53-PA-5050_traffic_2014_04_23_00_00_00_to_2014_04_24_00_00_00_0.csv
Domain,Receive Time,Serial #,Type,Threat/Content Type,Config Version,Generate Time,Source address,Destination address,NAT Source IP,NAT Destination IP,Rule,Source User,Destination User,Application,Virtual System,Source Zone,Destination Z
one,Inbound Interface,Outbound Interface,Log Action,Time Logged,Session ID,Repeat Count,Source Port,Destination Port,NAT Source Port,NAT Destination Port,Flags,IP Protocol,Action,Bytes,Bytes Sent,Bytes Received,Packets,Start Time,Elapsed
Time (sec),Category,Padding,seqno,actionflags,Source Country,Destination Country,cpadding,pkts_sent,pkts_received
1,2014/04/23 00:00:11,0009C100708,TRAFFIC,end,1,2014/04/23 00:00:12,192.168.53.212,126.96.36.199,10.66.24.53,188.8.131.52,openrule,,,dns,vsys1,trust-L3,untrust-L3,ethernet1/4,ethernet1/3,,2014/04/23 00:00:11,250042,1,53148,53,44317,53,0x400000,udp,allow,261,82,179,2,2014/04/22 23:59:39,31,any,0,1020013,0x4000000000000000,192.168.0.0-192.168.255.255,United States,0,1,1
1,2014/04/23 00:00:18,0009C100708,TRAFFIC,end,1,2014/04/23 00:00:19,192.168.53.212,172.17.132.243,10.66.24.53,172.17.132.243,openrule,,,netbios-ns,vsys1,trust-L3,untrust-L3,ethernet1/4,ethernet1/3,,2014/04/23 00:00:18,610294,1,137,137,44313,137,0x400000,udp,allow,184,184,0,3,2014/04/22 23:59:44,33,any,0,1020014,0x4000000000000000,192.168.0.0-192.168.255.255,172.16.0.0-172.31.255.255,0,3,0
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