CLI commands to add a device in devicegroup as master device

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CLI commands to add a device in devicegroup as master device

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Hi Team,

 

I found some command to add a device in device group and template but couldn't find how to set a device as master device in device group with CLI,

Tried to search cheat sheet but the information/commands are not available.

Is it possible or this can be done via GUI only.

 

Appreciate if anyone have provide commands cheat sheet which are not available in google..

 

Thanks

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L4 Transporter

Hi @Srikant ,

 

The only command you must remember working with Palo Alto FW is:

find command keyword <keyword>

 

 

user@Panorama> configure
Entering configuration mode
[edit]
user@Panorama# find command keyword master
show device-group <name> master-device
set deviceconfig high-availability election-option timers advanced additional-master-hold-up-time <0-60000>
set device-group <name> master-device
set device-group <name> master-device device <value>
set device-group <name> master-device vsys <value>
set device-group <name> master-device sync-group <yes|no>
set template <name> config shared admin-role <name> role device webui device master-key <enable|read-only|disable>
set template <name> config deviceconfig high-availability group election-option timers advanced additional-master-hold-up-time <0-60000>
set template-stack <name> config shared admin-role <name> role device webui device master-key <enable|read-only|disable>
set template-stack <name> config devices <name> deviceconfig high-availability group election-option timers advanced additional-master-hold-up-time <0-60000>
set shared admin-role <name> role panorama webui device master-key <enable|read-only|disable>
set shared admin-role <name> role panorama webui panorama master-key <enable|read-only|disable>
set shared admin-role <name> role panorama contextswitch device master-key <enable|read-only|disable>
set shared admin-role <name> role device-group webui device master-key <enable|read-only|disable>
set shared admin-role <name> role device-group contextswitch device master-key <enable|read-only|disable>

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L4 Transporter

Hi @Srikant ,

 

The only command you must remember working with Palo Alto FW is:

find command keyword <keyword>

 

 

user@Panorama> configure
Entering configuration mode
[edit]
user@Panorama# find command keyword master
show device-group <name> master-device
set deviceconfig high-availability election-option timers advanced additional-master-hold-up-time <0-60000>
set device-group <name> master-device
set device-group <name> master-device device <value>
set device-group <name> master-device vsys <value>
set device-group <name> master-device sync-group <yes|no>
set template <name> config shared admin-role <name> role device webui device master-key <enable|read-only|disable>
set template <name> config deviceconfig high-availability group election-option timers advanced additional-master-hold-up-time <0-60000>
set template-stack <name> config shared admin-role <name> role device webui device master-key <enable|read-only|disable>
set template-stack <name> config devices <name> deviceconfig high-availability group election-option timers advanced additional-master-hold-up-time <0-60000>
set shared admin-role <name> role panorama webui device master-key <enable|read-only|disable>
set shared admin-role <name> role panorama webui panorama master-key <enable|read-only|disable>
set shared admin-role <name> role panorama contextswitch device master-key <enable|read-only|disable>
set shared admin-role <name> role device-group webui device master-key <enable|read-only|disable>
set shared admin-role <name> role device-group contextswitch device master-key <enable|read-only|disable>

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