» panos_aggregate_interface

This resource allows you to add/update/delete aggregate ethernet interfaces.

» Import Name


» Example Usage

resource "panos_aggregate_interface" "example" {
    vsys = "vsys1"
    name = "ae5"
    mode = "layer3"
    static_ips = [""]
    comment = "Configured for internal traffic"

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • name - (Required) The interface's name.
  • vsys - (Required) The vsys that will use this interface. This should be something like vsys1 or vsys3.
  • mode - (Required) The interface mode. Valid values are layer3 (default), layer2, virtual-wire, ha, or decrypt-mirror.
  • netflow_profile - (Optional) The netflow profile.
  • mtu - (Optional) The MTU.
  • adjust_tcp_mss - (Optional) Adjust TCP MSS (default: false).
  • ipv4_mss_adjust - (Optional) The IPv4 MSS adjust value.
  • ipv6_mss_adjust - (Optional) The IPv6 MSS adjust value.
  • enable_untagged_subinterface - (Optional, bool) Set to true to enable untagged subinterfaces.
  • static_ips - (Optional) List of static IPv4 addresses.
  • ipv6_enabled - (Optional, bool) Set to true to enable IPv6.
  • ipv6_interface_id - (Optional) The IPv6 interface ID.
  • management_profile - (Optional) The management profile.
  • enable_dhcp - (Optional, bool) Set to true to enable DHCP.
  • create_dhcp_default_route - (Optional) Set to true to create a DHCP default route.
  • dhcp_default_route_metric - (Optional) The metric for the DHCP default route.
  • comment - (Optional) The interface comment.
  • decrypt_forward - (Optional, bool, PAN-OS 8.1+) Set to true to enable decrypt forward.
  • dhcp_send_hostname_enable - (Optional, PAN-OS 9.0+) For DHCP layer3 interfaces: enable sending the firewall or a custom hostname to DHCP server
  • dhcp_send_hostname_value - (Optional, PAN-OS 9.0+) For DHCP layer3 interfaces: the interface hostname. Leaving this unspecified with dhcp_send_hostname_enable set means to send the system hostname.