Looking at the module code, it looks like the
disabled flag is not currently exposed as a param for playbooks. Adding it shouldn't be that big a deal tho. If you are so inclined yourself, you could open a PR against the Ansible libraries yourself, otherwise just open a GitHub issue so we know we need to add this in:
There is (replace
foobar below with the real name of your IPSec tunnel):
If you look at the code of the Ansible playbook, it's actually statically setting this param to
False when it performs the configuration. This is why I said that making this addition shouldn't be too hard.
The reason I started this thread is that this one didn't work 🙂
tried from /api of the FW:
Didn't work either
With all those I get
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