Querying for Detailed HIP Report on XML API

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Querying for Detailed HIP Report on XML API

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Hi all,

 

I am wondering if anyone has found a way to query the XML API to get a HIP report back.

All I am able to retrieve with the following call is an XML formatted version of the data you can find in the HIP match log, but not the HIP report you can see in the GUI by pressing the magnifying glass next to a log. I saw another thread from 6 years ago on here with no replies and an almost identical question.

 

Current API call (sanitized):

 

https://<PAN-IP>/api/?key=<APIKEY>&type=log&log-type=hipmatch&nlogs=200&query=( user.src eq '<username>')

https://<PAN-IP>/api/?key=<APIKEY>&type=log&action=get&job-id=xxxx 

 XML I get back from the second call (sanitized and truncated):

 

<response status="success"><result>
<job>
<tenq>16:38:22</tenq>
<tdeq>16:38:22</tdeq>
<tlast>16:38:22</tlast>
<status>FIN</status>
<id>2943</id>
</job>
<log>
<logs count="200" progress="100">
<entry logid="xxxx">
<domain>1</domain>
<receive_time>2021/03/03 16:06:26</receive_time>
<serial>xxxx</serial>
<seqno>1881</seqno>
<actionflags>0x0</actionflags>
<is-logging-service>no</is-logging-service>
<type>HIPMATCH</type>
<subtype>0</subtype>
<config_ver>2049</config_ver>
<time_generated>2021/03/03 16:06:26</time_generated>
<dg_hier_level_1>0</dg_hier_level_1>
<dg_hier_level_2>0</dg_hier_level_2>
<dg_hier_level_3>0</dg_hier_level_3>
<dg_hier_level_4>0</dg_hier_level_4>
<device_name>xxxx</device_name>
<vsys_id>1</vsys_id>
<srcuser>xxxx</srcuser>
<vsys>vsys1</vsys>
<machinename>xxxx</machinename>
<src>xxxx</src>
<matchname>xxxx</matchname>
<repeatcnt>1</repeatcnt>
<os>Windows</os>
<matchtype>profile</matchtype>
<padding1>0</padding1>
<padding2>0</padding2>
<srcipv6>0.0.0.0</srcipv6>
<hostid>xxxx</hostid>
</entry>

<TRUNCATED>

 

Thank you

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L1 Bithead

Hello, I have the same question, we need a detailed report as the one showed with the magnifying glass that can be exported for further analysis data

Does this help?

https://{{host}}/api/?key={{key}}&type=op&cmd=<show><user><hip-report><user>{{username}}</user><ip>{{user-ip}}</ip><computer>{{user-hostname}}</computer></hip-report></user></show>

 

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Hi Jimmy, thank you for the answer. I entered the username, user ip and computer, but the response was "can't find hip report" even when the report exists in the firewall.

Hi @KarlaLedesma, I'd recommend getting a successful output on CLI first maybe? Here is my example, try matching everything you see in the HIP logs with the CLI command like I did here, then move to the API after:

 

Screenshot 2021-06-09 at 12.25.33.png

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good option, but it is user per user, and we have more than 4k users. So it is a imposible task for us to get a report for all of them manually

@KarlaLedesma That's a different question than was originally asked 🙂 We've shown how to retrieve the HIP report for a user.

 

If you say you want the HIP report for all 4000 users, your workflow would be to enumerate the lists of users and machines and IP addresses (via logs or API), and then have some logic to loop through each of the users and get the HIP report for each, storing the results somewhere for whatever the purpose is of the data gathering exercise. You could use your choice of scripting or programming language to implement this workflow/logic. Hope this helps.

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Hi Karla,

Were you able to get it working?

Hi, No, we give up. We created some objects to match the information needed by the requestor, and that was enough information for them. 

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