Query External Dynamic List Content

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Query External Dynamic List Content

If I have a list of IP addresses, is there a way to query a PA to see if the listed IP addresses are contained within an EDL? This would be a large list, several hundred, so automating this would be the most practical way.

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L4 Transporter

Hello,

 

You can query an EDL for its contents using an operational command via API.

 

Documentation on using operational commands via API:

https://www.paloaltonetworks.com/documentation/80/pan-os/xml-api/pan-os-xml-api-request-types/run-op...

 

The operational command you would pass as the 'cmd' parameter in the API call is:

<request><system><external-list><show><type><ip><name>Your EDL Name</name></ip></type></show></external-list></system></request>

 

PAN-OS 8.0 has a bug where that API call only returns the first entry in the EDL.  This is being worked on now, and I'll post here which version contains the fix.

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Do you know what version(s) this was fixed in?

 

Edit:

Not sure where it was first fixed but it's fixed in 8.1.7 at least.

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