PanOS 4.0.3 - CLI options missing

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PanOS 4.0.3 - CLI options missing

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Hi

We seem to been missing several set options (e.g. set profiles). We recently upgraded to 4.0.3 but this is the first time I've looked to set anything like this since the upgrade.

The user account I am using has full read/write access.

Are we hitting a bug?

Regards
Jim

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Jim,

No prob.  I only have one vsys on this box, so mine is slightly different in that vsys does not need to be specified.

Regards,

Dave

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Hi Jim,

My test box is running 4.0.3 at the mo and I am able to issue commands like the one below without any problems from configure mode.

set profiles custom-url-category minimal-allow list *.centos.org

What error do you get when you try and issue your command?

Cheers,

Dave

No error Dave. Just don't have the options I should do after the set command. All I see it the following:

> application            application
> cli                    Set CLI properties
> clock                  System date and time
> data-access-password   access password for data filtering logs
> management-server      management-server
> panorama               connection to panorama
> password               password
> session                session
> system                 System setting

No "profiles" option but also a lot of other options missing.

Regards

Jim

Hi Jim,

Have you issued the configure command to go into configure mode?

Regards,

Dave

I've tried both configure mode and the top level. When in configuration mode still don't see profiles. Do I have to then specify the  vsys before the profiles option?

Dave

Thanks. You've put me on the right track. I need to be in configure mode as you suggest and then name the correct vsys before the profiles option (and other options) are visible.

Much appreciated.

Regards

Jim

Jim,

No prob.  I only have one vsys on this box, so mine is slightly different in that vsys does not need to be specified.

Regards,

Dave

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