I'm new to the Palo Alto's, having cut my teeth on Stonesoft, Checkpoint and Sophos.
One nice feature in those solutions was the ability to select an object (of any type) and be able to list everywhere that it was being used - from policies to groups.
I've not yet seen a way of mimicing this in PAN-OS 6.0. Is there a way, or a work-around, to achieve this?
Thanks in advance
There is no way to do this currently. There is a sorta/kinda workaround found over here: How do I find out every place an object is used?
That page also has the feature request ID so you can contact your SE and vote for this to be added to PAN-OS.
thanks for your answers - looks like Palo could do with following Checkpoints 'where used' and Stonesoft's 'References' functionality.
Please vote for FR ID : 1285 which would add "where used" functionality that is not currently available.
Right now I use the following technique on the CLI configuration
Change the display of configuration to set mode:
set cli config-output-format set
the pipe the configuration to match with the address object name
show vsys | match net-192.168.1.0-24
this pulls out all the set commands that contain the object name.
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