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Not showing interfaces in service route configuration

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I'm using PAN-OS 11.0.2-h1 (on GCP) and I am not able to change the service route configuration for different services, when I choose a service i see only one choice:  Any

 

I tried to do this via CLI but same result.

If i selected interface= Any and Address of the ethernet interface i get server address error.

 

admin@PA-VM# set deviceconfig system route service edl-updates source interface ethernet1/3

Server error : route -> service -> edl-updates -> source -> interface 'ethernet1/3' is not a valid reference
route -> service -> edl-updates -> source -> interface is invalid

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Hi @abolfazli ,

 

How is your Eth1/3 configured? Does it have a static IP or is it a DHCP client? 

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Hi @abolfazli ,

 

How is your Eth1/3 configured? Does it have a static IP or is it a DHCP client? 

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Thank you @JayGolf for mentioning this! I changed the IP from DHCP to static now it is working.

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Happy to help! 

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