Looks like someone misconfigured a global/local slider and we're receiving a /32 IP address in the BGP route table from the Data Center IONs. I'd like to identify the offending site quickly - is there an easy way to locate an IP by site using the portal?
Thank you for the post @TKlausen2
maybe there is a better way to do it, but on top of my head I can think of below options:
Advertising router ID / AS number
Login to SD-WAN portal, then navigate to: Maps > Claimed Devices, then click on any appliance, then a new page will open:
After you click on remote session, a new page will open where you can login from CLI. Authenticate with elem-admin, then issue: "dump routing route prefix=X.X.X.X/32" where X.X.X.X is the prefix you are tracking down. Reference is here: https://docs.paloaltonetworks.com/prisma/prisma-sd-wan/prisma-sd-wan-ion-cli-reference/use-cli-comma...
In this output, you will see the router ID as well as AS of the device that advertised that prefix:
If you know to what router/site that router ID / AS number belongs, then you go to that site and fix it. If you do not know that information, you can still find it from SD-WAN portal from: Manage > Setup > Devices > Claimed > Select a device > Routing > BGP/Peers > BGP Global Config for ION device. If you have hundreds of devices, this might however be a time consuming and equals to searching that slider misconfiguration manually device by device.
An alternative way might be to search in audit log to track down recent changes. Reference: https://docs.paloaltonetworks.com/prisma/prisma-sd-wan/prisma-sd-wan-admin/prisma-sd-wan-administrat...
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