Integration "Palo Alto Networks PAN-OS" Question

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Integration "Palo Alto Networks PAN-OS" Question

L3 Networker

I'll try to get a API request from our Panoramas.

The curl request looks like;

curl -X GET "https://<panorama>/api/?key=<api-key>&type=op&<show><devices><all></all></devices></show>"

So, I tried with the Integration "Palo Alto Networks PAN-OS"

There is a command "panorama", where I mitgh enter some Automations, here "type" and "cmd".

If I enter those data into that command, the result is empty.

Task Result
#1: panorama
!panorama cmd="<show><devices><all></all></devices></show>" type="op"
Command was executed successfully.

But there is no Result: Outputs (0) and "There are no outputs for this task"


So I've read the Manual for that integration and that command:


And there I see, that cmd "Specifies the xml structure that defines the command. Used for operation commands."

and command says: "Run a command. For example, command =<show><arp><entry name='all'/></arp></show>"

If I try to enter my cmd= into Command, I do get an Error back:

Request Failed. with status: 400. Reason is: Missing value for parameter &quot;cmd&quot;.

(can we remove those "&quot"?)

soo.. Also If I enter cmd=-arguments into both arguments (cmd and command) - I do get an empty response.

So, how do I request Panorama?


Actually I'de like to get all devices connected/managed though Panorama, so I can work further in my new build playbook.





L3 Networker

Please submit a support case, this issue will require our R&D involvement, and perhaps a session with you,

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