How do I check what category an IP address belongs to if it does not have a URL associated?

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How do I check what category an IP address belongs to if it does not have a URL associated?

How do I check what category an IP address belongs to if it does not have a URL associated?

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Re: How do I check what category an IP address belongs to if it does not have a URL associated?

I tested with a known url's IP address and it comes back with the same error, "not-resolved", when using the test url command. I assume there should be a different command for IP's.

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Re: How do I check what category an IP address belongs to if it does not have a URL associated?

Hi There,

The "test url" command followed by an IP address will work.  Please make sure you have dynamic URL filtering configured.  Alternatively you can go here where there is a test url box on the home page:

http://www.brightcloud.com/

Thanks

James

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Re: How do I check what category an IP address belongs to if it does not have a URL associated?

What PAN-OS are you running?

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I tested with a known url's IP address and it comes back with the same  error, "not-resolved", when using the test url command.

Dynamic URL filtering is enabled.

XXXXXXXXX(active)> test url www.iol.co.za

www.iol.co.za news-and-media (Base db)


XXXXXXXXX(active)> test url 196.38.8.254

196.38.8.254 not-resolved (Cloud db)

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Re: How do I check what category an IP address belongs to if it does not have a URL associated?

3.1.5

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Re: How do I check what category an IP address belongs to if it does not have a URL associated?

Hi There,

There was a fix in 3.1.6 to fix the problem you're seeing.

Thanks

James

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Thanks for the help.

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