Panorama import a list of objects from csv

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Panorama import a list of objects from csv

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Hello,

 

I have recently taken on a project. This involves me restricting access for a specific machine to a list of public IP address which I have a list of. Normally I would just bite the bullet and manually enter the objects by hand but this time its over 100 addresses and I think the better option is making an address group of these addresses. Is there a way to import a CSV into the objects list either in PAN-OS or through CLI? I havent found a very good answer through searching. Thanks in advanced

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You can use cli scripting mode to crate objects in batches. 

First change set the output format to "set" using 'set cli config-output format set'

Then try creating a single object with the right syntax, if everything looks ok, prepare your commands for all objects in excel or a text editor

Enable cli scripting mode using the command 'set cli scripting-mode on' , copy and paste your object creation commands in batch, check the count of objects in GUI to make sure you didn't miss any.

After you are finished disable cli scripting mode using the command 'set cli scripting-mode off'

 

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You can use cli scripting mode to crate objects in batches. 

First change set the output format to "set" using 'set cli config-output format set'

Then try creating a single object with the right syntax, if everything looks ok, prepare your commands for all objects in excel or a text editor

Enable cli scripting mode using the command 'set cli scripting-mode on' , copy and paste your object creation commands in batch, check the count of objects in GUI to make sure you didn't miss any.

After you are finished disable cli scripting mode using the command 'set cli scripting-mode off'

 

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