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Get Tunnel ProxyID - panos python SDK

L1 Bithead

 

Hi all,
i really need for some help.

I´m trying to retrieve the proxy_id configured in the firewall using SDK, it´s not working:

import getpass
from panos import network
from panos import policies
from panos import firewall
from panos import objects
from termcolor import colored
import pandas as pd
import re

user = 'admin'
password = 'admin'
firewall_name = 'fw.abc.com'
fw_device = firewall.Firewall(firewall_name, api_username=api_user, api_password=password)

network.IpsecTunnel.refreshall(fw_device)
ipsec = fw_device.add(network.IpsecTunnel)
print(ipsec.findall(fw_device, network.IpsecTunnelIpv4ProxyId))

However i´m receiving an empty list.

I´m spending days just trying to get the proxy id from Tunnels, and I don´t know if the script is correct, i tried a lot of commands combinations, and in this moment i´m trying anything... Please, can someone help me?

Thanks,
João Victor

3 REPLIES 3

L5 Sessionator

You're adding the class itself, not an instance of the class.  I'd recommend looking over the scripts in the examples directory to get a feel for how to use the SDK:

 

from panos.firewall import Firewall
from panos.network import IpsecTunnel

host = '127.0.0.1'
username = 'admin'
password = 'admin'

fw = Firewall(host, username, password)

listing = IpsecTunnel.refreshall(fw)
print('Found {0} tunnels'.format(len(listing)))

HI @gfreeman 

thanks for your response. 

 

I´m starting in this journey of Palo Alto SDK. I saw in the documentation that there is an hierarchy between the classes. My problem is not retrieve the actual vpn in use, i can do this. My problem is how can i get the PROXY ID of each vpn. This is not working, i tried a lot of scripts that make sense, however it didn´t worked.

tunnels = network.IpsecTunnel()
fw_device.add(tunnels)
proxy = network.IpsecTunnelIpv4ProxyId.refreshall(tunnels)
vpn = fw_device.find('VPN-123', network.IpsecTunnelIpv4ProxyId)
print(vpn)

[Output]: None

 

################################

tunnels = network.IpsecTunnel.refreshall(fw_device)
for tunnel in tunnels:
#fw_device.add(tunnels)
proxy = network.IpsecTunnelIpv4ProxyId.refreshall(fw_device)
vpn = fw_device.find(tunnel, network.IpsecTunnelIpv4ProxyId)
print(vpn)

** for each tunnel in tunnels, i receive None as output

 

 

 

However i have 2 proxies-ids configured for 'VPN-123'.

 

If someone knows how can i get the proxies ids, i would be very grateful.

 

Thanks,

João Victor

L1 Bithead

Hello,

Good and excelent news!!! I can retrieve the proxies-ids. And also, now i learned how to retrieve static routes from specific vrouter, and l3 interface from specific aggregate interface. Bellow follow the script for the three cases. I hope no one lose half night sleep, as i did.

 

from panos import firewall
from panos import network

######## fw credentials ###########
api_user = 'admin'
api_password = 'admin'
firewall_ip = 'fw.abc.com'
fw_device = firewall.Firewall(firewall_ip, api_username=api_user, api_password=api_password)

######## Pull proxy-Id from a specific VPN ########################
ipsec = network.IpsecTunnel(name='VPN-123')
fw_device.add(ipsec)
proxy = network.IpsecTunnelIpv4ProxyId.refreshall(ipsec)
for p in proxy:
print(p.about())

##### Pull static routes from a specific vrouter ########
vr = network.VirtualRouter(name='vr-customer-1')
fw_device.add(vr)
static_routes = network.StaticRoute.refreshall(vr)
for routes in static_routes:
print(route.about())

##### Pull l3 interfaces from an specific AGGREGATE INTERFACE #####
ae = network.AggregateInterface(name='ae2')
fw_device.add(ae)
sub = network.Layer3Subinterface.refreshall(ae)
for s in sub:
print(s.about())

##### Also you can get a list of configured vrouter/vpn/interface as bellow: #####
'''This will return a list of the VPN Tunnels configured in your firewall '''
tunnels = network.IpsecTunnel.refreshall(fw_device)

'''Once you have a list of vpn names, you can iterate over it: '''

for tunnel in tunnels:
ipsec = network.IpsecTunnel(name=tunnel)
fw_device.add(ipsec)
proxy = network.IpsecTunnelIpv4ProxyId.refreshall(ipsec)
print(f'Pulling proxy id configuration from tunnel {tunnel}')
for p in proxy:
print(p.about())
print('*' * 60)
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