Somebody help me write command test security-policy-match....... which WORKS and search that rule:
application/service[ ssl/tcp/any/443 web-browsing/tcp/any/80 ];
This may work: -
test security-policy-match from <insert source zone> to zone-v8 source-user cn=net_vip,ou=paloalto,dc=domena destination 192.168.81.81 application web-browsing destination-port 80
Just replace the source zone and possibly the username (do a ? after entering source-user to get the correct syntax for their name). You can also add a "show all" at the end to see if it maybe is matching an earlier security policy.
sorry does not work
Are you sure that syntax is correct. I think you must use protocol and source adress.
If i use "source user ?" answer is <value> Source User
Please tell me correct syntax argument soure-user if my login is kdaniszewski
for source user try the following format <domain_name>\<username>
for example using a domain name of testdomain and a user named kdaniszewski the format would be as follows:
Hope that helps...
Thank you for help but still not work. If my policy I use argument source-user I can't find any policy but if source-user is empty I can find.
I tested and dosen't work
test security-policy-match source 0.0.0.0 destination 192.168.81.81 protocol 6 destination-port 80.
test security-policy-match source 0.0.0.0 destination 192.168.81.81 protocol 6 destination-port 80 source-user domain\kdaniszewski
test security-policy-match source 0.0.0.0 destination 192.168.81.81 protocol 6 destination-port 80 source-user domain\net_vip-test
test security-policy-match source 0.0.0.0 destination 192.168.81.81 protocol 6 destination-port 80 source-user domain\vip-test
If I use protocol IP (4) no change dosen't work.
test security-policy-match from <zone> to <zone> source-user domain\alias source x.x.x.x destination y.y.y.y application <name of application> protocol <protocolnumber> show all yes
test security-policy-match from trust to untrust source-user test\testuser source 220.127.116.11 destination 18.104.22.168 application youtube-base protocol 80 show all yes
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