As you're looking for exporting arp list, just put IP address of your firewall and a associated API key in below path, the file will get exported through curl. In the post, may be you're not able to see full path, just copy below path and paste it in notepad. So you'll get more clarity.
Just make sure IP address and API key is correct.
curl -kG "https://192.168.1.1/api/?type=op&cmd=%3Cshow%3E%3Carp%3E%3Centry+name+%3D+%27all%27%2F%3E%3C%2Farp%3E%3C%2Fshow%3E&key=<api-key>" > arp-list.xml
Hope it works!
First you need to generate API key for your firewall and then you can use it under following path to execute required tasks. For generating api-key, try below path from system's browser from where your firewall is reachable. Here put login credentials which has proper access related to XML/REST API on firewall.
Once you have API-KEY for your firewall, use it under below path and shoot it. You should get ARP list in xml format.
Now if you want to export it in xml file on your system then try below through command prompt. For this, you need to install CURL. Once curl is install, try below from command prompt.
curl -kG "https://192.168.1.1/api/?type=op&cmd=%3Cshow%3E%3Carp%3E%3Centry+name+%3D+%27all%27%2F%3E%3C%2Farp%3...>" > arp-list.xml
I tried above in my lab and i am getting xml file created with name arp-list.xml.
If you need any reference guide for generating API key, installing CURL etc, please refer below KB article.
Hope it helps!
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