Panorama 10.1 Rest API - Is there a way to add Static Route directly?

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Panorama 10.1 Rest API - Is there a way to add Static Route directly?

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I am trying to add static routes to the PaloAlto device using Panorama REST API, I see we don't have direct option to add the static routes, all that we have to do is to edit the Virtual Router(a bucket where Static route option resides). Unlike RestAPI, Ansible has a option to add the static route directly(validated working).

 

Any option/shortcut to add Static Route via Rest API?

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Is this what you're looking for? If you webpage to your firewall at https://IPAddress/resetpai-doc you'll get a full list.

 

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Access the PAN-OS REST API (paloaltonetworks.com)

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Thank you for the suggestion @Claw4609, I had gone through the recommended page before I posted this. There is a ansible module for Panos(paloaltonetworks.panos_static_route) which executes the job clean. I simply want to add the static route, but the Rest API allows me to edit the Virtual Routers(Virtual routers --> Routing table --> Static Route), where I had to collect the previous static route entries, store it somewhere and while editing the Virtual router, call the stored routes, append it with new entries.

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