Best way to set output in cli to set commands

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Best way to set output in cli to set commands

I am trying to get the configs from the pans in set command. What is the best way to have them display this way and is it possible to have it be this way be default?


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PLease try the following commands:

admin> set cli config-output-format set

admin>configure

admin#show

hit space to see each page of output.

By default, its the hierarchical output. You have to use the above commands to output the config in the set format

BR,

Karthik

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This will help you to view the config in different formats:

https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/docs/DOC-1300

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PLease try the following commands:

admin> set cli config-output-format set

admin>configure

admin#show

hit space to see each page of output.

By default, its the hierarchical output. You have to use the above commands to output the config in the set format

BR,

Karthik

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Thanks thats the command I was looking for.

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thanks!!

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