How to restart the OSPF Process

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How to restart the OSPF Process

Hi, I'm trying to do some debugging of some OSPF troubles that we are having and I'd like to restart the OSPF process to see the neighbors comes up and the LSA exchange.  How do I do this via CLI?

 

On a Cisco router it would be "clear ip ospf process X", but I can't find a Palo Alto equivalent.

 

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L1 Bithead

Hey,

 

On PA we do not have a specific command to restart only the ospf process. Either we need to restart the entire routing process using below command or you may try disabling ospf configuring once form the Web GUI. 

> debug routing restart

 

Regards,

Jsingh

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