Is there a command on PAN about same as linux mtr(mytraceroute) command

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Is there a command on PAN about same as linux mtr(mytraceroute) command

L1 Bithead

Hello Community,

Good day

What is the command on PAN for mtr(my traceroute)?

On linux there is a command mtr to show ping and traceroute output.

The only command i see on PAN is traceroute.

The mtr is useful showing how many percent packet loss on a traceroute going to a certain destination.

Thanks
Sam

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Hi @SamuelCardoz ,

 

You have the traceroute and ping commands on CLI.  There is no mtr in Palo Alto Networks CLI. 

I couldn't find an existing feature request for this.  You can reach out to your local SE and have him add a feature request for you.

 

Cheers,

-Kiwi.

 
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Cheers,
Kiwi
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Community Team Member

Hi @SamuelCardoz ,

 

You have the traceroute and ping commands on CLI.  There is no mtr in Palo Alto Networks CLI. 

I couldn't find an existing feature request for this.  You can reach out to your local SE and have him add a feature request for you.

 

Cheers,

-Kiwi.

 
LIVEcommunity team member, CISSP
Cheers,
Kiwi
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L1 Bithead

Hi @kiwi 

 

Thanks for the response i hope PALO ALTO will consider mtr as another feature to apply for ease of troubleshooting.

Thanks

 

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