Utilize APIs to Scale Your MySonicWall Operation

You asked, and we listened: MySonicWall APIs are now available!


At SonicWall, we strongly believe in simplifying technology and techniques for our partners and customers. We’re continuously putting forth the effort to make the jobs of our MSP and MSSP partners easier and more scalable. In the modern era, with our partners and customers using an increasing number of different technologies and products, it can be challenging to stay in sync and to integrate with various ecosystems.

We’ve been receiving requests from our partners to enable access to MySonicWall APIs without needing to log in to MySonicWall. We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve recently made our MySonicWall APIs publicly available to anyone with MySonicWall access  — and we believe this will revolutionize the way that our partners use our product.

Features & Functionality

The MySonicWall API (MSW API) feature has been designed to make our partners’ lives easier and their work more organized. With our new API functionality, our partners and customers can access our product’s features and functionalities programmatically. These integration capabilities will enable them to create custom workflows, push and pull data, and automate processes across multiple applications using our product as a tool. With this functionality, they can:

  • Create MSW API tokens for/by themselves
  • Use MSW API to generate tokens for different SonicWall products (i.e., NSM, etc.)
  • Create/manage MySonicWall users
  • Access MSSP monthly provisioning operations
  • Create/manage MySonicWall tenants
  • Create/manage SonicWall products
  • Get billing/license details
  • Get tenant and product details for audit and reporting purposes

But that’s not all — for more information about everything you can do with MSW APIs, along with sample use cases, check out the MySonicWall API User Guide.

User Interface

We have designed the API user interface to be clean, simple and intuitive. To generate an MSW API token, simply log in to MySonicWall, navigate to My Workspace-> User Groups -> User List, and click on “Generate My API Key.”

After clicking, a new dialog box will open. Enter the description, IP address (optional field), select the validity period and click on the Confirm button to create the API token. Make sure to copy and save the API token.

We are delighted to bring this innovative technology to our partners, and we’re confident that the MSW API feature will make our product more efficient, productive and easy to use.


The MSW API feature is available to MSSP monthly partners automatically and to our entire partner community on a by-request basis, and we are excited to get feedback from our users. This new functionality is part of our ongoing commitment to make our product more accessible to our customers, and we believe that it will significantly benefit them by enabling faster provisioning, reducing errors and improving productivity.

Our team has been working tirelessly on this new feature, and we are excited to share it with our customers. We’re confident that our API functionality will provide a new level of integration, setting the stage for limitless opportunities and possibilities. We’re continuously striving to make our products and technology more user-friendly and scalable while also working to make sure they seamlessly integrate with your ecosystem.

To get started with our API functionality, please head over to the Getting Started Knowledge Base article and follow the easy-to-use documentation or post your queries to the ‘Community’ page for further assistance.

Thank you for your continued support, and we can’t wait to see how you will use this new feature to improve your work and lives.

Chandan Kumar Singh
Technical Marketing Engineer | SonicWall
Chandan Singh handles technical marketing responsibilities for SonicWall security services. In addition, he’s also responsible for third-party integrations with SonicWall products. With nearly a decade of cybersecurity experience, Singh has held various roles, from information security engineer in a SOC, to solution architect, where he helped customers find the best solution for them and design their security infrastructure.