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L0 Member

Hi,

I come from Cisco background and getting familiar with Palo Alto firewalls. 

My query is about checking any debug running on the box and how to turn it off. In case of Cisco, show debug will show any active debug(s) and undebug all would turn it off. Please advise the equivalent in PAN-OS.

 

In PAN-OS few debug commands that I am aware of are helpful to view if a specific module/daemon debug is on, but not sufficient to get a box/global level view of it.

 

example:

debug dataplane packet-diag show settings

debug ike global show

 

Thanks in advance for your help!

Thank you,
Krishna
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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

@krishnadig,

debug software logging-level show level service all-services # shows the current logging levels

 

debug software logging-level set level default service all-services # set logging back to default levels. 

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L4 Transporter

For the most part, PaloAlto debug commands are one-time information queries that return current/historic information. They do not turn on a stream of debug messages to the system logs. So there is nothing to turn back off.

Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

@krishnadig,

debug software logging-level show level service all-services # shows the current logging levels

 

debug software logging-level set level default service all-services # set logging back to default levels. 

L0 Member

Hello @BPry 

Perfect!! this works. Thanks a bunch.

Below is an example:

 

 

admin@PaloAlto-HO-FW> debug software logging-level show level service all-services | match bfd
bfd - s1.mp.4160-44 - info
admin@PaloAlto-HO-FW>

 

admin@PaloAlto-HO-FW> debug bfd global on debug

sw.bfd.s*.dp*.debug: [ debug, ]

 

admin@PaloAlto-HO-FW> debug software logging-level show level service all-services | match bfd
bfd - s1.mp.4160-44 - debug

 

admin@PaloAlto-HO-FW>
admin@PaloAlto-HO-FW> debug software logging-level set level default service all-services

admin@PaloAlto-HO-FW>
admin@PaloAlto-HO-FW> debug software logging-level show level service all-services | match bfd
bfd - s1.mp.4160-44 - info
admin@PaloAlto-HO-FW>

Thank you,
Krishna
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