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Hello guys, does anybody know how to use ansible or other Palo alto automation tool to create a security profile?  eg. a new URL filtering where I will decide what is deny and what is just alert to log? 

 

I saw that we can pass a profile as a parameter to create a rule, but I can't find how to define my own profiles. 

 

 

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

@gleidsoncampos ,

Are you looking to create a profile-group in XML or simply specify the profiles individually?

 

The XML attached to the security rulebase entry would look like the following if you specify profiles individually

                  <profile-setting>
                    <profiles>
                      <url-filtering>
                        <member>alert-all</member>
                      </url-filtering>
                    </profiles>
                  </profile-setting>

 Or it would look like the following if you utilize groups:

                  <profile-setting>
                    <group>
                      <member>Standard-Protection-Profile</member>
                    </group>
                  </profile-setting>

 

 

Or if you are looking to specify a new profile completely it really depends on what type of profile you are actually creating, so as in your example it would look something like the following. 

              <entry name="alert-all">
                <enable-container-page>yes</enable-container-page>
                <description>tap-zone</description>
                <log-container-page-only>yes</log-container-page-only>
                <credential-enforcement>
                  <mode>
                    <disabled/>
                  </mode>
                  <log-severity>medium</log-severity>
                  <block>
                    <member>Block-URLs</member>
                  </block>
                </credential-enforcement>
                <alert>
                  <member>abortion</member>
                  <member>abused-drugs</member>
                  <member>adult</member>
                  <member>alcohol-and-tobacco</member>
                  <member>auctions</member>
                  <member>business-and-economy</member>
                  <member>command-and-control</member>
                  <member>computer-and-internet-info</member>
                  <member>content-delivery-networks</member>
                  <member>copyright-infringement</member>
                  <member>dating</member>
                  <member>dynamic-dns</member>
                  <member>educational-institutions</member>
                  <member>entertainment-and-arts</member>
                  <member>extremism</member>
                  <member>financial-services</member>
                  <member>gambling</member>
                  <member>games</member>
                  <member>hacking</member>
                  <member>health-and-medicine</member>
                  <member>home-and-garden</member>
                  <member>hunting-and-fishing</member>
                  <member>insufficient-content</member>
                  <member>internet-communications-and-telephony</member>
                  <member>internet-portals</member>
                  <member>job-search</member>
                  <member>legal</member>
                  <member>malware</member>
                  <member>military</member>
                  <member>motor-vehicles</member>
                  <member>music</member>
                  <member>news</member>
                  <member>not-resolved</member>
                  <member>nudity</member>
                  <member>online-storage-and-backup</member>
                  <member>parked</member>
                  <member>peer-to-peer</member>
                  <member>personal-sites-and-blogs</member>
                  <member>philosophy-and-political-advocacy</member>
                  <member>phishing</member>
                  <member>private-ip-addresses</member>
                  <member>proxy-avoidance-and-anonymizers</member>
                  <member>questionable</member>
                  <member>real-estate</member>
                  <member>recreation-and-hobbies</member>
                  <member>reference-and-research</member>
                  <member>religion</member>
                  <member>search-engines</member>
                  <member>sex-education</member>
                  <member>shareware-and-freeware</member>
                  <member>shopping</member>
                  <member>social-networking</member>
                  <member>society</member>
                  <member>sports</member>
                  <member>stock-advice-and-tools</member>
                  <member>streaming-media</member>
                  <member>swimsuits-and-intimate-apparel</member>
                  <member>training-and-tools</member>
                  <member>translation</member>
                  <member>travel</member>
                  <member>unknown</member>
                  <member>weapons</member>
                  <member>web-advertisements</member>
                  <member>web-based-email</member>
                  <member>web-hosting</member>
                  <member>Microsoft</member>
                </alert>
                <allow>
                  <member>government</member>
                </allow>
                <block>
                  <member>whatever-you-would-block</member>
                </block>
                <action>block</action>
              </entry>

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

@gleidsoncampos ,

Are you looking to create a profile-group in XML or simply specify the profiles individually?

 

The XML attached to the security rulebase entry would look like the following if you specify profiles individually

                  <profile-setting>
                    <profiles>
                      <url-filtering>
                        <member>alert-all</member>
                      </url-filtering>
                    </profiles>
                  </profile-setting>

 Or it would look like the following if you utilize groups:

                  <profile-setting>
                    <group>
                      <member>Standard-Protection-Profile</member>
                    </group>
                  </profile-setting>

 

 

Or if you are looking to specify a new profile completely it really depends on what type of profile you are actually creating, so as in your example it would look something like the following. 

              <entry name="alert-all">
                <enable-container-page>yes</enable-container-page>
                <description>tap-zone</description>
                <log-container-page-only>yes</log-container-page-only>
                <credential-enforcement>
                  <mode>
                    <disabled/>
                  </mode>
                  <log-severity>medium</log-severity>
                  <block>
                    <member>Block-URLs</member>
                  </block>
                </credential-enforcement>
                <alert>
                  <member>abortion</member>
                  <member>abused-drugs</member>
                  <member>adult</member>
                  <member>alcohol-and-tobacco</member>
                  <member>auctions</member>
                  <member>business-and-economy</member>
                  <member>command-and-control</member>
                  <member>computer-and-internet-info</member>
                  <member>content-delivery-networks</member>
                  <member>copyright-infringement</member>
                  <member>dating</member>
                  <member>dynamic-dns</member>
                  <member>educational-institutions</member>
                  <member>entertainment-and-arts</member>
                  <member>extremism</member>
                  <member>financial-services</member>
                  <member>gambling</member>
                  <member>games</member>
                  <member>hacking</member>
                  <member>health-and-medicine</member>
                  <member>home-and-garden</member>
                  <member>hunting-and-fishing</member>
                  <member>insufficient-content</member>
                  <member>internet-communications-and-telephony</member>
                  <member>internet-portals</member>
                  <member>job-search</member>
                  <member>legal</member>
                  <member>malware</member>
                  <member>military</member>
                  <member>motor-vehicles</member>
                  <member>music</member>
                  <member>news</member>
                  <member>not-resolved</member>
                  <member>nudity</member>
                  <member>online-storage-and-backup</member>
                  <member>parked</member>
                  <member>peer-to-peer</member>
                  <member>personal-sites-and-blogs</member>
                  <member>philosophy-and-political-advocacy</member>
                  <member>phishing</member>
                  <member>private-ip-addresses</member>
                  <member>proxy-avoidance-and-anonymizers</member>
                  <member>questionable</member>
                  <member>real-estate</member>
                  <member>recreation-and-hobbies</member>
                  <member>reference-and-research</member>
                  <member>religion</member>
                  <member>search-engines</member>
                  <member>sex-education</member>
                  <member>shareware-and-freeware</member>
                  <member>shopping</member>
                  <member>social-networking</member>
                  <member>society</member>
                  <member>sports</member>
                  <member>stock-advice-and-tools</member>
                  <member>streaming-media</member>
                  <member>swimsuits-and-intimate-apparel</member>
                  <member>training-and-tools</member>
                  <member>translation</member>
                  <member>travel</member>
                  <member>unknown</member>
                  <member>weapons</member>
                  <member>web-advertisements</member>
                  <member>web-based-email</member>
                  <member>web-hosting</member>
                  <member>Microsoft</member>
                </alert>
                <allow>
                  <member>government</member>
                </allow>
                <block>
                  <member>whatever-you-would-block</member>
                </block>
                <action>block</action>
              </entry>

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