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How to view SFP installed on a Panorama or Logcollector

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Does anyone know how to view the sfp installed on an m500/600 panorama or log collector?

 

I have tried the below command and even put a wildcard on it but it only gives me hard drive info.

 

> show system state filter sys.sX.pY.phy

 

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Cyber Elite
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@PktBlocker 

 

As per PA this is not possible right now.

We can do the feature request to PA via Sales Engineer of PA.

 

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Cyber Elite
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please try below link

 

https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/t5/Operations-Documentation/810-000096-00E-Reference-Transceiver-H...

 

 

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thank you for the transceiver list but the question is "How to view SFP installed on a Panorama or Logcollector ?"

Maybe try a match instead of a filter? That might get you the info also.

show system state | match phy

tried that and got nothing. I think the way they monitor interfaces on this chassis is different than the firewalls.

might be need to see if someone replies here.

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i tried on panorama 

 

show system state filter sys.s1.p*.phy

'sys.s1.p*.phy': NO_MATCHES

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running the command noted will not produce the interfaces on the panorama or log collector, this is why you show a NO_MATCHES. Hopefully someone from PA will chime in with some knowledge on the topic.

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can someone from PA please provide a solution to this?

Hello @PktBlocker ,

 

Since Log Collectors and Panoramas are different from a normal firewall, try using the following command to see if this helps:

 

show system state filter net.s*.eth*.*

 

This should show the entire ports of said Panorama/Log Collector.

 

I hope this helps.

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Cyber Elite
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@PktBlocker 

 

As per PA this is not possible right now.

We can do the feature request to PA via Sales Engineer of PA.

 

Regards

MP

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so i got this command from PA support but it does not show any detail like what SFP was installed, etc. We as PA customers should not have to ask for a troubleshooting command to work. It should work just like it does on the firewalls.

 

> show system state filter net.s0.eth*
> show system state filter net.s0.eth4*

 

net.s0.eth4.dhcp-dns: { }
net.s0.eth4.dhcp-ntp: { }
net.s0.eth4.dhcp-opcmd: 3
net.s0.eth4.dhcp-options: { }
net.s0.eth4.hwcfg: { 'advertised': [ ], 'link': Up, 'mode': Force, 'setting': 10Gb/s-full, }
net.s0.eth4.stats: { 'rx-bytes': 8554201114194, 'rx-compressed': 0, 'rx-drop': 378483, 'rx-errs': 358, 'rx-fifo': 0, 'rx-frame': 358, 'rx-m ulticast': 488251, 'rx-packets': 6191837675, 'tx-bytes': 10742051800052, 'tx-carrier': 0, 'tx-colls': 0, 'tx-compressed': 0, 'tx-drop': 0, 'tx-errs': 0, 'tx-fifo': 0, 'tx-packets': 16544900691, }

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