Find out if the firewall is in multi-vsys mode
admin@PA> show system info | match vsys multi-vsys: on
View a list of virtual systems configured on the firewall
admin@PA> set system setting target-vsys ? none none vsys1 vsys1 vsys2 vsys2
Switch to a particular vsys so that you can issue commands and view data specific to that vsys
admin@PA> set system setting target-vsys
For example, use the following command to switch to vsys2; note that the vsys name is case sensitive:
> set system setting target-vsys vsys2 Session target vsys changed to vsys2 admin@PA-vsys2>
Notice that the command prompt now shows the name of the vsys you are now administering.
View the maximum number of sessions allowed, in use, and throttled
admin@PA> show session meter Example output: VSYS Maximum Current Throttled 1 10 30 1587
Maximum indicates the maximum number of sessions allowed per dataplane, Current indicates the number of sessions being used by the virtual system, and Throttled indicates the number of sessions denied for the virtual system because the sessions exceeded the Maximum number multiplied by the number of dataplanes in the system.
As shown in this example, on a PA-5200 Series or PA-7000 Series firewall, the Current number of sessions being used can be greater than the Maximum configured for Sessions Limit (Device > Virtual Systems > Resource) because there are multiple dataplanes per virtual system. The Sessions Limit you configure on a PA-5200 or PA-7000 Series firewall is per dataplane, and will result in a higher maximum per virtual system.
View the User-ID mappings in the vsys
admin@PA-vsys2> show user ip-user-mapping all
Return to configuring the firewall globally
admin@PA-vsys2> set system setting target-vsys none