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Use the following commands to administer a Palo Alto Networks firewall with multiple virtual system (multi-vsys) capability. You must have superuser, superuser (read-only), device administrator, or device administrator (read-only) access to use these commands. These commands are not available for virtual system administrator or virtual system administrator (read-only) roles.
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Find out if the firewall is in multi-vsys mode admin@PA> show system info | match vsys multi-vsys: on
View a list of virtual systems configured on the firewall admin@PA> set system setting target-vsys ? none none vsys1 vsys1 vsys2 vsys2 <value> <value>
Switch to a particular vsys so that you can issue commands and view data specific to that vsys admin@PA> set system setting target-vsys <vsys-name> For example, use the following command to switch to vsys2; note that the vsys name is case sensitive: > set system setting target-vsys vsys2 Session target vsys changed to vsys2 admin@PA-vsys2> Notice that the command prompt now shows the name of the vsys you are now administering.
View the User-ID mappings in the vsys admin@PA-vsys2> show user ip-user-mapping all
Return to configuring the firewall globally admin@PA-vsys2> set system setting target-vsys none >admin@PA>

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