Run Operational Mode Commands (API)
Use any of the operational mode commands available on the command line interface with the following API request:
curl -X GET "https://<firewall>/api/?key=apikey&type=op&cmd=<xml-body>"
Use the API Browser to explore operational mode commands and a complete listing of all the options available for the
xml-bodyand their corresponding operation.
Some requests operational mode commands, including download, upgrade, and installation requests, are asynchronous, meaning they require more than one request to get final results. Learn more about Asynchronous and Synchronous Requests to the PAN-OS XML API.
System software version installation.
User Activity Report scheduling.
Detailed information on applications and threats from the firewall.
Full configuration validation.
Partial configuration validation.
Partial revert of admin-level changes for a candidate configuration on a firewall.
Partial revert of admin-level changes to Panorama by a specific administrator within a specific device group
Base64-encoded metadata of a SAML authentication profile.
Summary of changes between the active and candidate configuration.
Remove configuration lock
To remove the configuration lock for a particular Device Group, append &vsys=TargetDG to the end of request where TargetDG is the name of the Device Group.
Remove configuration locks for a particular template
Show WildFire appliances connected to Panorama.
System summary about WildFire appliances or WildFire clusters.
Generate a list of Firewalls connected and sending data to a WildFire appliance or WildFire cluster.
Display configuration details about a specified WildFire appliance or WildFire cluster.
Display registration activity for a specified WildFire appliance or WildFire cluster.
Display statistics for a specified WildFire appliance or WildFire cluster.
Display a list of supported VM images on the specified WildFire appliance.
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