panos_loopback_interface – configure network loopback interfaces

New in version 2.8.

Synopsis

  • Configure loopback interfaces on PanOS

Requirements

The below requirements are needed on the host that executes this module.

Parameters

Parameter Choices/Defaults Comments
adjust_tcp_mss
boolean
    Choices:
  • no
  • yes
Adjust TCP MSS.
api_key
string
Deprecated
Use provider to specify PAN-OS connectivity instead.

The API key to use instead of generating it using username / password.
comment
-
Interface comment.
commit
boolean
    Choices:
  • no
  • yes ←
Commit if changed
if_name
- / required
Name of the interface to configure.
ip
list
List of static IP addresses.
ip_address
string
Deprecated
Use provider to specify PAN-OS connectivity instead.

The IP address or hostname of the PAN-OS device being configured.
ipv4_mss_adjust
integer
(7.1+) TCP MSS adjustment for IPv4.
ipv6_enabled
boolean
    Choices:
  • no
  • yes
Enable IPv6.
ipv6_mss_adjust
integer
(7.1+) TCP MSS adjustment for IPv6.
management_profile
-
Interface management profile name.
mtu
integer
MTU for loopback interface.
netflow_profile
-
Netflow profile for loopback interface.
password
string
Deprecated
Use provider to specify PAN-OS connectivity instead.

The password to use for authentication. This is ignored if api_key is specified.
port
integer
Default:
443
Deprecated
Use provider to specify PAN-OS connectivity instead.

The port number to connect to the PAN-OS device on.
provider
-
added in 2.8
A dict object containing connection details.
api_key
string
The API key to use instead of generating it using username / password.
ip_address
string
The IP address or hostname of the PAN-OS device being configured.
password
string
The password to use for authentication. This is ignored if api_key is specified.
port
integer
Default:
443
The port number to connect to the PAN-OS device on.
serial_number
string
The serial number of a firewall to use for targeted commands. If ip_address is not a Panorama PAN-OS device, then this param is ignored.
username
string
Default:
"admin"
The username to use for authentication. This is ignored if api_key is specified.
state
string
    Choices:
  • present ←
  • absent
The state.
template
string
(Panorama only) The template this operation should target. This param is required if the PAN-OS device is Panorama.
username
string
Default:
"admin"
Deprecated
Use provider to specify PAN-OS connectivity instead.

The username to use for authentication. This is ignored if api_key is specified.
vr_name
-
Default:
"default"
Name of the virtual router; it must already exist.
vsys
string
The vsys this object should be imported into. Objects that are imported include interfaces, virtual routers, virtual wires, and VLANs. Interfaces are typically imported into vsys1 if no vsys is specified.
vsys_dg
-
Deprecated
Use vsys to specify the vsys instead.

Name of the vsys (if firewall) or device group (if panorama) to put this object.
zone_name
-
Name of the zone for the interface. If the zone does not exist it is created but if the
zone exists and it is not of the correct mode the operation will fail.

Notes

Note

  • Checkmode is supported.

  • Panorama is supported.

  • PAN-OS connectivity should be specified using provider or the classic PAN-OS connectivity params (ip_address, username, password, api_key, and port). If both are present, then the classic params are ignored.

Examples

# Delete loopback.1
- name: delete loopback.1
  panos_loopback_interface:
    provider: '{{ provider }}'
    if_name: "loopback.1"
    state: 'absent'

# Update/create loopback comment.
- name: update loopback.1 comment
  panos_loopback_interface:
    provider: '{{ provider }}'
    if_name: "loopback.1"
    ip: ["10.1.1.1/32"]
    comment: "Loopback iterface"

Status

Authors

  • Geraint Jones (@nexus_moneky_nz)

  • Garfield Lee Freeman (@shinmog)