Palo Alto Networks Device Framework - Custom Automation Model for PAN-OS

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The Palo Alto Networks Device Framework is a powerful tool to create automations and interactions with PAN-OS devices including Next-generation Firewalls and Panorama. It is a python library intended to be simple enough for non-programmers to use to create complex and sophisticated automations that leverage the PAN-OS API. The Device Framework offers an object-oriented model of the firewall and Panorama configuration to provide an automation framework that is conceptually similar to interaction with the device via the GUI or CLI. Available on PyPi and GitHub, it is easy to get started and create fully custom automation scripts.

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post time: Jun 8, 2017 2:03:55 PM

The Palo Alto Networks Device Framework is a powerful tool, offered as a python library, to create automations and interactions with PAN-OS devices including Next-generation Firewalls and Panorama.

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posted: Tuesday updated: Tuesday

API error in show > session > distribution > statistics

Attempting API call to: show > session > distribution > statistics we get an error: <response status="error"><msg><l...

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posted: Monday updated: yesterday

Importing and Loading partial config with Ansible

Hi All, I've successfully can import and load config with ansible, but once it loads it overwrites the existing config.I see from api in Palo the...

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posted: a week ago updated: Monday

S2S VPN creation with Ansible

Hi All, Any playbooks or example for VPN automation with ansible?Can't find here anything related - http://panwansible.readthedocs.io/en/lat...

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posted: 2 weeks ago updated: 2 weeks ago

Security rules via API with two vsys

Hello!This morning started with me pulling my hair out...just like yesterday ended.  So, here I am.  I want to query our Palo Alto firewall ...

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posted: 2 weeks ago updated: 2 weeks ago

Any plan to add operational command support to Ansible?

Hi,Looking for a way to retrive operational command output using Ansible.  Many vendors support 'command' module which allow user to run any comm...

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