Does anyone have a script or a way to implement a new virtural firewall and virtual router via the cli? Does not have to be automatic but would like to get to that point? I have a couple dozen to implement and looking for a quicker way vs via gui.
Why use CLI? If you're going for automation, API is usually a much better option. You could use any of our API libraries to do this quickly. Here's an example using the Palo Alto Networks Device Framework:
from pandevice import firewall, device fw = firewall.Firewall('10.0.1.1', 'admin', 'password', vsys=None) fw.add(device.Vsys('vsys2', 'My New Vsys1')).create() fw.add(device.Vsys('vsys3', 'My New Vsys2')).create() fw.add(device.Vsys('vsys4', 'My New Vsys3')).create() fw.add(device.Vsys('vsys5', 'My New Vsys4')).create() fw.commit()
That creates 4 vsys on the firewall. If you need vsys each with their own virtual router you'd do something like this:
from pandevice import firewall, network, device fw = firewall.Firewall('10.0.1.1', 'admin', 'password', vsys=None) vr2 = fw.add(network.VirtualRouter('vsys2-vr') vsys2 = fw.add(device.Vsys('vsys2', 'My New Vsys2'), virtual_routers=[vr2]) vr2.create() vsys2.create() fw.commit()
That would give you a new virtual router in a new vsys.
@btorresgil This is why it's nice to see others work sometimes. I had a very similar thing to part two I was going to share, but I was defining my variable, then adding it in another line and then creating it in another line. I hadn't even thought about that I could be slimming it down to one line for the add and create!
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