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show log command filtering by interface

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I need to filter a log by interface.

I have an interface down and I want to know how long was down.  It´s palo alto 5020. with pan os 7.

what log should I check? and how can i filter by interface 1/16?

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xxxx@xxxxxD-FW1> show log system object equal ethernet1/1
Time Severity Subtype Object EventID ID Description
===============================================================================
2015/12/02 12:32:32 info port ethern link-ch 0 Port ethernet1/1: Up 100Mb/s-full duplex
2015/12/02 12:41:15 info port ethern link-ch 0 Port ethernet1/1: Up 100Mb/s-full duplex
2015/12/03 11:05:04 info port ethern link-ch 0 Port ethernet1/1: Up 100Mb/s-full duplex
2015/12/03 10:25:50 info port ethern link-ch 0 Port ethernet1/1: Up 100Mb/s-full duplex

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Hi @OperacionIT,

 

How about Monitor tab > Logs > System using filter ( object eq ethernet1/16 ) ?

 

Hope it helps,

-Kim.

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xxxx@xxxxxD-FW1> show log system object equal ethernet1/1
Time Severity Subtype Object EventID ID Description
===============================================================================
2015/12/02 12:32:32 info port ethern link-ch 0 Port ethernet1/1: Up 100Mb/s-full duplex
2015/12/02 12:41:15 info port ethern link-ch 0 Port ethernet1/1: Up 100Mb/s-full duplex
2015/12/03 11:05:04 info port ethern link-ch 0 Port ethernet1/1: Up 100Mb/s-full duplex
2015/12/03 10:25:50 info port ethern link-ch 0 Port ethernet1/1: Up 100Mb/s-full duplex

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