PAN-OS 5.0 CLI script to change TCP and UDP Timeout Values for Default Applications on device

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PAN-OS 5.0 CLI script to change TCP and UDP Timeout Values for Default Applications on device

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I have a requirement to change the timeout values on all of the paloalto os preconfigured/default applications (2000+ applications). Using the web interface, it would require opening and configuring each individual application.  Can anyone lend assistance by pointing me to a CLI script that can make easier work of this task.

 

Greg

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L1 Bithead

 


Hi Greg,

Referencing this article, https://goo.gl/SyfLsM , you can use the following commands to set UDP and TCP timeouts:-
# set shared override application <application-name> udp-timeout <timeout-value>
# set shared override application <application-name> tcp-timeout <timeout-value>


You can leverage APIs as well:-

Browse to "API > Configuration Commands > shared > override > application" on PA firewall using "https://x.x.x.x/api" and select the application and then the path will look like (example 4shared application):-

API > Configuration Commands > shared > override > application > entry[@name='4shared'] > tcp-timeout


TCP TIMEOUT
XPath
/config/shared/override/application/entry[@name='4shared']/member[@name='tcp-timeout']

Rest API Url
/api/?type=config&action=get&xpath=/config/shared/override/application/entry[@name='4shared']/member[@name='tcp-timeout']


UDP TIMEOUT
API > Configuration Commands > shared > override > application > entry[@name='4shared'] > udp-timeout

XPath
/config/shared/override/application/entry[@name='4shared']/member[@name='udp-timeout']

Rest API Url
/api/?type=config&action=get&xpath=/config/shared/override/application/entry[@name='4shared']/member[@name='udp-timeout']


-Dinesh Moudgil

 

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