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How to view administrative distance?

L1 Bithead

Hi everyone,

 

How would I see administrative distance of the routes in the routing table?

they seem to not be visible in the gui (more runtime stats) or via cli (show routing routes).

is there a special command or special area via gui I can see this information??

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Cyber Elite
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Thank you for reply @VK9H13

 

Unfortunately, I am not aware of PA Firewall having the same equivalent of  what Cisco has to see this information per route bases.

 

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Pavel

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

Hello @VK9H13

 

you can see this under: Network > Virtual Routers > [VR Name] > Router Settings:

 

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Pavel

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This is great, appreciate it.

do you know if there is a way to see what it is per route?

for example, in Cisco iOS, doing a show ip route will show you the AD of the route and metric of that route. 

Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

Thank you for reply @VK9H13

 

Unfortunately, I am not aware of PA Firewall having the same equivalent of  what Cisco has to see this information per route bases.

 

Kind Regards

Pavel

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Thanks for the help 

Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

 

> show routing summary

Will show how many routes are from different protocols (under GLOBAL ROUTING RESOURCE USAGE), Administrative Distance of protocols (under VIRTUAL ROUTER)

 

> show routing route destination 10.10.10.0/24

Shows route details like what protocol it sources from.

 

 

In GUI you can see same info under

Network > Virtual Routers > More Runtime Stats > Route Table

Network > Virtual Routers > More Runtime Stats > Forwarding Table shows which route got selected

 

 

Enterprise Architect, Security @ Cloud Carib Ltd
Palo Alto Networks certified from 2011
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