WildFire Appliance Operational Mode Command Reference
This section contains command reference information for the following Operational mode commands that are specific to the WildFire appliance software. All other commands that are part of the WildFire appliance software are identical to PAN-OS; refer to the PAN-OS 8.0 CLI Quick Start for information on those commands.
- clear high-availability
- create wildfire api-key
- delete high-availability-key
- delete wildfire api-key
- delete wildfire-metadata
- disable wildfire
- edit wildfire api-key
- load wildfire api-key
- request cluster decommission
- request cluster reboot-local-node
- request high-availability state
- request high-availability sync-to-remote
- request system raid
- request wildfire sample redistribution
- request system wildfire-vm-image
- request wf-content
- save wildfire api-key
- set wildfire portal-admin
- show cluster all-peers
- show cluster controller
- show cluster membership
- show cluster task
- show high-availability all
- show high-availability control-link
- show high-availability state
- show high-availability transitions
- show system raid
- show wildfire
- show wildfire global
- show wildfire local
- submit wildfire local-verdict-change
- test wildfire registration
WildFire Appliance Configuration Mode Command Reference
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Known Issues Specific to the WF-500 Appliance
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delete wildfire api-key
delete wildfire api-key Description Delete an API key from the WildFire appliance. Systems configured to use the API to perform API functions on the appliance ...
Delete an API Key
Delete an API Key Use this command to delete an API key: Use this command to delete an API Key: admin@WF-500> delete wildfire api-key key ...
Remove a Node from a Cluster Locally
Remove a Node from a Cluster Locally You can remove nodes from a cluster using the local CLI. The procedure to remove a node is ...
save wildfire api-key
save wildfire api-key Description Use the save command to save all API keys on the WildFire appliance to a file. You can then export the ...
Use the WildFire Appliance CLI
Use the WildFire Appliance CLI The following topics describe the CLI commands that are specific to the WildFire™ appliance software. All other commands, such as ...
Configure a Cluster and Add Nodes Locally
Configure a Cluster and Add Nodes Locally When you add nodes to a cluster, the cluster automatically sets up communication between nodes based on the ...
show high-availability transitions
show high-availability transitions Description Show WildFire appliance cluster high-availability (HA) transition information about events that occur during HA switchovers for the cluster controller nodes. Hierarchy ...