How to view transceiver values on the cli

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How to view transceiver values on the cli

L2 Linker

I need help finding the transceiver values in a PA-5220.


In Cisco world the command is 'sh int e 1/5 transceiver details'. And it produces this output.

transceiver is present
type is 10Gbase-SR
name is CISCO-JDSU
part number is PLRXPL-SC-S43-CS
revision is 1
serial number is JUR1932GG49
nominal bitrate is 10300 MBit/sec
Link length supported for 50/125um OM2 fiber is 82 m
Link length supported for 62.5/125um fiber is 26 m
Link length supported for 50/125um OM3 fiber is 300 m
cisco id is 3
cisco extended id number is 4
cisco part number is 10-2415-03
cisco product id is SFP-10G-SR
cisco vendor id is V03

SFP Detail Diagnostics Information (internal calibration)
Current Alarms Warnings
Measurement High Low High Low
Temperature 29.57 C 75.00 C -5.00 C 70.00 C 0.00 C
Voltage 3.30 V 3.63 V 2.97 V 3.46 V 3.13 V
Current N/A 10.00 mA 2.59 mA 8.50 mA 3.00 mA
Tx Power N/A 1.69 dBm -11.30 dBm -1.30 dBm -7.30 dBm
Rx Power -2.74 dBm 1.99 dBm -13.97 dBm -1.00 dBm -9.91 dBm
Transmit Fault Count = 0
Note: ++ high-alarm; + high-warning; -- low-alarm; - low-warning


Hoping there is a similar command with Palo.


L2 Linker

I found this command starting in 10.X. show transceiver-detail ethernet1/5

Unfortunately I am running 9.1. I am hoping there are more cryptic commands available.

Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

Thank you for the post @ChrisIsett


With older version of PAN-OS you are left only with limited options to get SFP information through system state:


This unfortunately does not give more detailed information regarding TX/RX Power, Voltage,...

Other than this, I do not believe that with PAN-OS 9.X you can drill down more information directly out of the box.


Kind Regards



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