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Let me know check MGT CRC

L3 Networker

Hi everyone

I would like to check MGT CRC,,

I don't know how to do command line

show system state filter [??]


L7 Applicator


The common method that i normally use, is the CLI command > show system state filter sys.s1.p*.detail How to check for CRC errors on an interface?

For CRC error, you can verify the PAN OS Brdagent.log. Brdagent is the process that configures internal packet path components, interfaces, etc. It also monitors the links for problems.


Hello HULK,

I know that 'S' means slot number.

I guess s1 is data-plane slot and s0 is mgmt-plane slot.

So I use to input the following command for checking MGMT CRC.

show system state filter net.eth0.*


cheon@PA-3050-uquest(active)> show system state filter net.s0.eth0.*

What do  you think for my comment?


KC Lee


you are correct, s0 is the management plane slot and the below command will give you feedback on your management interface

show system state filter net.s0.eth0.*

admin@PA-3020-241(active)> show system state filter net.s0.eth0.*

net.s0.eth0.cfg: { 'broadcast':, 'fips-gated': True, 'hwaddr': 00:1b:17:ff:cf:c4, 'ifindex': 2, 'ipaddr':, 'ipv6linklocal':

fe80::21d:27ee:ffff:efd4/64, 'mtu': 1500, 'netmask':, 'onboot': True, 'routes': { 'default':, }, 'running': True, 'up': True

, 'v6routes': { 'default': , }, }

net.s0.eth0.hwcfg: { 'advertised': [ 10Mb/s-half, 10Mb/s-full, 100Mb/s-half, 100Mb/s-full, 1Gb/s-full, auto, ], 'link': Up, 'mode': Autoneg, 'setting':

1Gb/s-full, }

net.s0.eth0.stats: { 'rx-bytes': 11623251113, 'rx-compressed': 0, 'rx-drop': 0, 'rx-errs': 0, 'rx-fifo': 0, 'rx-frame': 0, 'rx-multicast': 25081, 'rx-p

ackets': 14757258, 'tx-bytes': 1961522355, 'tx-carrier': 0, 'tx-colls': 0, 'tx-compressed': 0, 'tx-drop': 0, 'tx-errs': 0, 'tx-fifo': 0, 'tx-packets':

13832631, }

Tom Piens
PANgurus - SASE and Strata specialist; (co)managed services, VAR and consultancy

Thanks for your answer, tpiens.

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