Palo Alto Firewalls may not share IP interface information via SNMP. In TotalView 9 and Above you can specify the IP address and subnet mask of the Interface of a device.
This can be set up in IntDescription.cfg (Accessible via the Configuration Editor)
All switches must have an IP address entered. IP addresses can be entered in standard format, or DNS names.
INTERFACE NUMBER FIELD
Each switch entry must have a unique interface number associated with it. The interface number can be referenced from the switch manufacturer's documentation.
INTERFACE SPEED FIELD
If desired, you can choose to override the internal interface speed setting with a hard-coded speed by entering a number of bits per second in this column.
If you don't want to enter anything in this column, enter a slash '/' to indicate that this field is not in use.
INTERFACE DESCRIPTION FIELD
Each interface should have a brief description of the interface so you will know the exact type and purpose of the interface. This can be the internal interface name or any other name that provides useful information. If you don't want to enter anything in this column, enter a slash '/' to indicate that this field is not in use.
INTERFACE IP ADDRESS ASSIGNMENT FIELD
If desired, this field permits an IP address to be assigned to a specific interface if the device does not support reading IP addresses via SNMP. Enter a slash '/' to skip this field.
INTERFACE IP MASK ASSIGNMENT FIELD
If desired, this field defines the subnet mask of the previously defined IP address. Enter a slash '/' to skip this field.