XML output command of ARP managment in 9.1.11

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XML output command of ARP managment in 9.1.11

L4 Transporter

Hello ,

 

I have multiple firewall with running PAN-OS 9.1.11 and above version.

i am facing an issue to generate XML output command of ARP managment.

 

When i run the ARP managment command to set XML output on i am getting the below error:-

 

admin@PA-VM-Passive> set cli op-command-xml-output on

 

admin@PA-VM-Passive> show arp management

 

Server error : An error occured. See dagger.log for information.

 

when i checked the dagger.log and i got the below output:-

 

2021-11-24 09:21:29.968 +0300 OPCMD: handler "counter.show_global"

2021-11-24 09:24:32.350 +0300 OPCMD: handler "arp.show_completer"

2021-11-24 09:24:33.847 +0300 OPCMD: handler "arp"

Traceback (most recent call last):

  File "/usr/share/dagger/arp.py", line 59, in __xml__

    return self.mgmtif.show_arp_xml(*args, **kwargs)

  File "/usr/share/dagger/mgmtif.py", line 579, in show_arp_xml

    return self._show_arp(*args, **kwargs)

  File "/usr/share/dagger/mgmtif.py", line 527, in _show_arp

    arp_to_buf('/sbin/arp %s -i eth1' % dns, buf, header, fprint, "", "")

  File "/usr/share/dagger/mgmtif.py", line 498, in arp_to_buf

    pfunc(buf, o)

  File "/usr/share/dagger/mgmtif.py", line 570, in print_entry

    buf.append( { 'interface':e[-1], 'ip':e[0], 'mac':e[2], 'status':e[3] } )

IndexError: list index out of range

 

 

However when i run the show arp managment to off the XML output i got the result succesfully.

 

One more point i want to add if i run any command to get the XML output i got the result succesfully.

below is the example:-

 

admin@PA-VM-Passive> set cli op-command-xml-output on

admin@PA-VM-Passive> show arp all

 

<response status="success"><result>

  <max>1500</max>

  <total>11</total>

  <timeout>1800</timeout>

  <dp>dp0</dp>

  <entries>

    <entry>

      <status>  c  </status>

      <ip>192.168.30.101</ip>

      <mac>00:0c:29:04:e0:aa</mac>

      <ttl>761</ttl>

      <interface>ethernet1/1</interface>

      <port>ethernet1/1</port>

    </entry>

    <entry>

      <status>  c  </status>

      <ip>172.16.6.16</ip>

      <mac>00:0c:29:f1:38:4c</mac>

      <ttl>1696</ttl>

      <interface>ethernet1/2</interface>

      <port>ethernet1/2</port>

    </entry>

    <entry>

      <status>  c  </status>

      <ip>172.16.6.27</ip>

      <mac>00:0c:29:9b:58:36</mac>

      <ttl>308</ttl>

      <interface>ethernet1/2</interface>

      <port>ethernet1/2</port>

    </entry>

    <entry>

      <status>  c  </status>

      <ip>172.16.6.36</ip>

      <mac>00:0c:29:52:0b:77</mac>

      <ttl>165</ttl>

      <interface>ethernet1/2</interface>

      <port>ethernet1/2</port>

    </entry>

    <entry>

      <status>  c  </status>

      <ip>172.16.6.135</ip>

      <mac>00:0c:29:0f:84:39</mac>

      <ttl>576</ttl>

      <interface>ethernet1/2</interface>

      <port>ethernet1/2</port>

    </entry>

    <entry>

      <status>  c  </status>

      <ip>172.16.6.225</ip>

      <mac>00:0c:29:4b:7e:01</mac>

      <ttl>639</ttl>

      <interface>ethernet1/2</interface>

      <port>ethernet1/2</port>

    </entry>

    <entry>

      <status>  c  </status>

      <ip>172.16.6.234</ip>

      <mac>00:0c:29:6d:75:61</mac>

      <ttl>1096</ttl>

      <interface>ethernet1/2</interface>

      <port>ethernet1/2</port>

    </entry>

    <entry>

      <status>  c  </status>

      <ip>172.16.6.235</ip>

      <mac>00:0c:29:3c:82:91</mac>

      <ttl>605</ttl>

      <interface>ethernet1/2</interface>

      <port>ethernet1/2</port>

    </entry>

    <entry>

      <status>  c  </status>

      <ip>172.16.7.70</ip>

      <mac>00:0c:29:22:27:55</mac>

      <ttl>273</ttl>

      <interface>ethernet1/2</interface>

      <port>ethernet1/2</port>

    </entry>

    <entry>

      <status>  c  </status>

      <ip>172.16.7.236</ip>

      <mac>00:0c:29:a9:34:df</mac>

      <ttl>1689</ttl>

      <interface>ethernet1/2</interface>

      <port>ethernet1/2</port>

    </entry>

    <entry>

      <status>  c  </status>

      <ip>172.16.7.254</ip>

      <mac>00:1b:17:00:0a:11</mac>

      <ttl>1792</ttl>

      <interface>ethernet1/2</interface>

      <port>ethernet1/2</port>

    </entry>

  </entries>

</result></response>

 

Has anyone suggest on this.

3 REPLIES 3

L4 Transporter

Hi @Joshan_Lakhani ,

 

It may be a bug in PAN-OS 9.1.11.  I am running 10.1.3, and the comand works fine for me.

 

tyoung@fdsnsdfw01> show arp management

<response status="success"><result>
<total>2</total>
<entries>
<entry>
<interface>eth0</interface>
<ip>removed</ip>
<mac>removed</mac>
<status>C</status>
</entry>
<entry>
<interface>eth0</interface>
<ip>removed</ip>
<mac>removed</mac>
<status>C</status>
</entry>
</entries>
</result></response>

 

Thanks,

 

Tom

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@TomYoung 

I upgrade my firewall from 9.1.11 to 10.1.3 version but still facing same issue

 

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@TomYoung 

 

I am facing the same issue. i have tried with the different firewalls with the same version some firewalls show the error and some do not.

 

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