CLI Commands for Dynamic IP Addresses and Tags
The Command Line Interface on the firewall and Panorama give you a detailed view into the different sources from which tags and IP addresses are dynamically registered. It also allows you to audit registered and unregistered tags. The following examples illustrate the capabilities in the CLI.
View all registered IP addresses that match the tag,
state.poweredOnor that are not tagged as
View all dynamically registered IP addresses that were sourced by VM Information Source with name
vmware1and tagged as
Clear all IP addresses and tags learned from a specific VM Monitoring source without disconnecting the source.
Display IP addresses registered from all sources.
Display the count for IP addresses registered from all sources.
Clear IP addresses registered from all sources
Add or delete tags for a given IP address that was registered using the XML API.
View all tags registered from a specific information source.
View all tags registered from a specific data source, for example from the VM Monitoring Agent on the firewall, the XML API, Windows User-ID Agent or the CLI.
View all tags that are registered for a specific IP address (across all sources).
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