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How to configure "interface-management-profile" using Ansible.

L1 Bithead

Hello Paloalto,

 

Do we have any playbooks to configure the "interface-management-profile" for the trust and untrust network post deploying Paloalto on AWS....

 

I do see that there is a CLI to do it but i'm more intrested to understand if there is a playbook to achieve the same...

 

https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/t5/Configuration-Articles/How-to-Create-a-Management-Profile-using...

 

Thank you

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Hi Anish,

 

I took at look at the Ansible modules we have and do not see interface management as a currently supported option.

 

Please see: http://panwansible.readthedocs.io/en/latest/index.html for a list of the modules, syntax and examples.  Disclaimer: it seems some of the syntax may need updating.

 

Thank you.

 

-kb

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Palo Alto Networks Guru

Hello,

 

Have a look at the cloud integration page: https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/t5/Public-Cloud-Integration/ct-p/Cloud_Templates

 

There is an automation section with a link to some sample Ansible modules that may help you.

 

If that isn't what you are looking for, please reply to this post with more details.


Warby

Hello Warby,

 

I have already gone through those links. Infact the last three question i raised in teh forum has been pointed to the github link only ;-).

 

I'm more intrested in understading "interface-management-profile" using Ansible and if there is a playbook or some direction that could be provided......Is Configuring "interface-management-profile" same as writing a firewall rule????

 

Thank you

 

Hi Anish,

 

I took at look at the Ansible modules we have and do not see interface management as a currently supported option.

 

Please see: http://panwansible.readthedocs.io/en/latest/index.html for a list of the modules, syntax and examples.  Disclaimer: it seems some of the syntax may need updating.

 

Thank you.

 

-kb

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