PA-3020> request system ?
> external-list Perform external-list refresh/sanity functions
> fqdn Perform fqdn refresh/reset functions
> private-data-reset Delete private data, keep software, content installations
> self-test FIPS/CC self test commands
> self-test-job Run FIPS/CC self test job
> software Perform system software installation functions
PA-3020> request system private-data-reset
Executing this command will remove all logs and configuration will revert back to factory defaults. The system will restart and then reset the data. Are you sure you want to continue? (y/n) (y or n) y
When you reset this, you log back in, set the IP address/default gateway/DNS info, and re-connect to the Palo Alto site to license the box. Everything like the OS version you had plus the updates you did will be there, after you put the license back on. However, you may want to check for updates again to get it completely up to date.
UPDATE: I did this on another unit and it wouldn't boot up afterwards. I had to do a factory reset on it and build everything from scratch again. Just fyi
Thanks A lot Shane, this helped me a lot today :)ReplyDelete
Is this using ssh or through console cable?ReplyDelete
I did it through console.Delete
Mine was through SSH, it seemed to work.Delete