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Is there a way - CLI or GUI - to view active connections to my Palo Alto?


L4 Transporter

show session all filter ?

Then "show session id xxxx"

Are you asking about sessionn to the management interface or sessions in general?

Syslog shows accounts that have logged in.

If the Traffic to the management interface does not pass through one of the firewall interfaces then the sho session command will not display MGMT interface connections.

Steve Krall

I guess it would be more accurate to say "connections" rather than "sessions". At any given point I'd like to be able to see how many people are connected to my Palo.

L4 Transporter

Not from CLI. If you tried to view users identified by  "User-ID", these could be an hour old.

Steve Krall


we monitor the tcp and udp connection to the pa machines over snmp (with cacti)

Best regards


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