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proxy-id information through CLI -IPSEC Tunnels

L1 Bithead

To all,

 

I have multiple tunnels on PA 850. It was difficult to see through which tunnel specific traffic was sent. I tried "show vpn ipsec-sa" it gave me only Peer IP addresses but not proxy-IDs ( interesting traffic permitted through tunnel).

 

is there any CLI command which can tell not only local peer and remote peer but also permitted encryption traffic (added under proxy-ID tab). 

 

Monitor tab also didn't help as it shows which Firewall policy it was permitted by but no tunnel information in the logs too.

Thanks in advance

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

@DNARNI,

 

You can try cli command ,

 

show vpn tunnel name <name-of-proxy-id>

 

You will get information like LOCAL PROXY ID, REMOTE PROXY ID, ports etc in output.

 

Hope it helps!

 

Mayur

 

 

M

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

@DNARNI,

 

You can try cli command ,

 

show vpn tunnel name <name-of-proxy-id>

 

You will get information like LOCAL PROXY ID, REMOTE PROXY ID, ports etc in output.

 

Hope it helps!

 

Mayur

 

 

M

Thank you, I didnt notice show vpn tunnel earlier , my bad 🙂

Hi Mayur,

 

So if I have many proxy IDs more than 100 for a single tunnel then would it show me all the proxy ID details in one command or I have to put all proxy ID one by one 100 times? 

L0 Member

Hi,

 

Incase you haven't found out yet but you can list the proxy id's and everything else from the running config via CLI by entering config mode e.g.

 

- set cli config-output-format set

- configure 

- show network tunnel ipsec <name> 

 

or if you want to just get for example your enc domains

 

show network tunnel ipsec <name> | match local

 

same goes for IKE etc. you just need to be in config mode

 

 

Br. Jarmo

 

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