This morning started with me pulling my hair out...just like yesterday ended. So, here I am. I want to query our Palo Alto firewall via the API to show me security rules...not a big deal. However, the device as two vsys's (or however you write that), and the API query only revealed one security policy, which I know is not right. I've been using the API GUI to poke around, but I keep getting the same results:
response status="success" code="19">
<result total-count="1" count="1">
blah blah blah
I know this can't be right. I've checked the other vsys via this query and it has ZERO results, which is also wrong. Is this, perhaps, a permissions issue? Or, is the way our device is split in to two vsys's causing the problem?
Of very interesting note: I exported the running config directly from this device and got the same results! Only one security policy shows up under vsys1 and ZERO are in vsys2? I don't understand...
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Sorry...I committed the cardinal sin. Here's what we're working with:
All configs are pushed via Panorama.
Panorama and the device in question are both on 7.1.12. I should be looking at the API in Panorama, shouldn't I?
Any luck calling an API key via PowerShell instead of embedding it in the request? I wonder if Palo Alto's API can't accept additional headers? I can't seem to find this information anywhere. If I embed my API key in my GET request, I auth successfully. When I call the API key using the "-headers" function in PowerShell, no worky. Thoughts? I know this is a separate concept, but I'm grasping at straws here.
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