CLI command to view interface configuration

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ArpadMolnar
L1 Bithead

CLI command to view interface configuration

Hi All,

 

I am trying to query a FW configuration from script using CLI.

Is there a CLI command that shows a particular interface configuration ?

 

Thank you.


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reaper
L7 Applicator

from configuration mode:

 

reaper@myNGFW> configure 
Entering configuration mode
[edit]     
reaper@myNGFW# show network interface ethernet ethernet1/2

(if you leave away the ethernet1/X, you will get the output for all interfaces)

 

you can change the output type to set, json or XML:

reaper@myNGFW> set cli config-output-format 
  default   default 
  json      json 
  set       set 
  xml       xml 
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kiwi
Community Team Member

Hi @ArpadMolnar,

 

Are you looking for this command ?

 

admin@PA-VM> show interface ethernet1/1

This command will spit out the configuration for the specified interface together with some additional counter information.

 

Cheers !

-Kiwi.

reaper
L7 Applicator

from configuration mode:

 

reaper@myNGFW> configure 
Entering configuration mode
[edit]     
reaper@myNGFW# show network interface ethernet ethernet1/2

(if you leave away the ethernet1/X, you will get the output for all interfaces)

 

you can change the output type to set, json or XML:

reaper@myNGFW> set cli config-output-format 
  default   default 
  json      json 
  set       set 
  xml       xml 
Tom Piens - PANgurus.com
Like my answer? check out my book! amazon.com/dp/1789956374

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ArpadMolnar
L1 Bithead

Thank you Kiwi, not exactly.

ArpadMolnar
L1 Bithead

Thank you reaper. It's a pity that this output can not be retieved without entering configuration mode.

reaper
L7 Applicator

it can

 

reaper@myNGFW> show config running xpath devices/entry[@name="localhost.localdomain"]/network/interface/ethernet/entry[@name="ethernet1/2"]

 

Tom Piens - PANgurus.com
Like my answer? check out my book! amazon.com/dp/1789956374
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