Expedition is the fourth evolution of the Palo Alto Networks Migration Tool. The purpose of this tool is to help reduce the time and efforts of migrating a configuration from a supported vendor to Palo Alto Networks.
By using Expedition (Migration Tool), everyone can convert a configuration from Checkpoint, Cisco, or any other vendor to a PAN-OS and give you more time to improve the results. Expedition (Migration Tool) 3 added some functionalities to allow our customers to enforce security policies based on App-ID and User-ID as well. READ MORE
NOTE: Expedition is supported by the community as best effort. The Palo Alto Networks TAC does not provide support, so please post your questions in the community by clicking "Ask Questions" below.
Get the Expedition Installer
This video provides a quick tutorial on installing Expedition on Ubuntu Server 16.04.
Get the Legacy Expedition OVA
Get the Legacy Expedition VM
Get the Guides
Sometimes you have the need to add the same Security Profile or Log forwarding Profile or even a TAG to a large amount of Security Policies. When the number of rules is really high the function MULTIEDIT can be sometimes SLOW. How can i perform BULK changes for common problems really FAST?
With version 1.0.107, we introduced a new way to perform BULK CHANGES in a really super fast way.
From POLICIES, you can use right click or click on the TOP RIGHT menu button for Options
View of Security Policies Bulk Changes
Here you will find all the available options for BULK CHANGES. At the time to select one option you will have to select if want to apply the change to all the Rules or just the selected ones. The changes will be made immediately.
Expedition was conceived to reduce the time and efforts a security admin needs to improve and optimize their Palo Alto Networks configurations. Following that effort, we have added, within Expedition, support not only to run a BPA analysis if not also be able to remediate some of the failed checks (all related to Device Config) and now integration with the project IronSkillet. https://github.com/PaloAltoNetworks/iron-skillet