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API call fortmat

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Hello, I want to know, what is the issue with this API call?

<request><content><upgrade><install><sync-to-peer>yes</sync-to-peer><version><lastest></lastest></version></install></upgrade></content></request>

 

RobertoParra_0-1705959598802.png

 

I would like to sync the content update by API calls, but after I run this API call, it doesn't sync with the peer

 

<request><content><upgrade><download><latest></latest></download></upgrade></content></request>

 

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Either that as suggested by @BPry  or use the <sync-to-peer> tags if you're just interested syncing versions between your peers:

XML:

<request><content><upgrade><install><sync-to-peer></sync-to-peer></install></upgrade></content></request>

 

 XML API Url:

/api/?type=op&cmd=<request><content><upgrade><install><sync-to-peer></sync-to-peer></install></upgrade></content></request>

 

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-Kim.

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Hi @Roberto.Parra ,

 

Can you provide more details on the environment you're running this on and the content versions that are currently active ?

Where are you running the API call ?

 

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-Kim.

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Kiwi
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L1 Bithead

I run the api call on POSTMAN to 3250 firewall PAN-Os 10.1.11-h1

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@Roberto.Parra,

It's just invalid as you have it. You need to do the following

<request><content><upgrade><install><version>latest</version></install></upgrade></content></request>

 

 

Community Team Member

Either that as suggested by @BPry  or use the <sync-to-peer> tags if you're just interested syncing versions between your peers:

XML:

<request><content><upgrade><install><sync-to-peer></sync-to-peer></install></upgrade></content></request>

 

 XML API Url:

/api/?type=op&cmd=<request><content><upgrade><install><sync-to-peer></sync-to-peer></install></upgrade></content></request>

 

Kind regards,

-Kim.

LIVEcommunity team member, CISSP
Cheers,
Kiwi
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thanks

 

It's works in thisn way 

 

<request><content><upgrade><install><version>latest</version><sync-to-peer>yes</sync-to-peer></install></upgrade></content></request>

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