Having a few UI issues at the moment. One being the fact that I have a subnet that I need to find some available/unused IPs to allocate. I go via Objects->Addresses and search via the subnet 10.10.10.x. This then shows me a list of used IPs but they don't seem to be in a specific order and I can't seem to find a way to sort these IPs numerically.
Am I missing something here ? Shouldn't something this basic be straighforward or am I having a cause of Mondayitis ?
Hi Benjamin, thanks for the feedback.
Surely there must be a simplier approach than what you have described ? I should have specified that the subnet that I want to check availabiltiy for is a external facing subnet ( public IPs ) that are all NATed on our firewall. i.e. Website hosted behind our firewall.
Why must I examine the traffic logs for this and NOT looking at the actual address objects ? Seems a bit counter-intutive to me.
I was just suggesting one possible approach to solving the problem after taking a quick look at the parameters you laid out.
I agree that my approach is certainly a workaround for solving the problem that you describe. I'm going to re-read your two postings to this thread and see if I can find a proper solution in our lab.
I hate to say this, but it appears that the list is sorted alphabetically and you cannot modify the sort order (tested on PAN-OS 4.0.4).
I would suggest talking to your sales team and have them file a feature request to allow the sorting of IP address objects based upon name or IP address
Another solution in the short term:
on the command line to get a list of address objects sorted by IP address:
set cli config-output-format set
This will give you a list sorted by IP address:
set address test11 ip-netmask 126.96.36.199
set address abcd ip-netmask 188.8.131.52
Excellent, thanks for that. Exactly the work around I need. I will forward the suggestion on via the correct channels.
Edit: No actually. That doesnt work.Used on Panorama version 4.x
u318125@PA-Panorama-UAT> set cli config-output-format set
Entering configuration mode
u318125@PA-Panorama-UAT# show shared address
set shared address Gbl_nfwtn01 ip-netmask 10.49.254.242/32
set shared address Gbl_nfwtx01 ip-netmask 10.254.6.242/32
set shared address Gbl_srv-dmzn-msecdrf01 ip-netmask 192.168.125.201/32
set shared address Gbl_srv-dmzn-msecprd01 ip-netmask 192.168.125.200/32
set shared address PBNEPLKAPP4001 ip-netmask 10.70.169.161/32
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