Bad security policy problem with ASA migration

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Bad security policy problem with ASA migration

I am migrating an ASA 9.6(3)1 config to PA using Expedition v1.1.23, and the security rules are all messed up to an extent where I basically can't use Expedition at all. When running the same ASA config through the old Migration Tool v3.3.15 it all looks nice and tidy.

 

Also there's a huge difference in the number of policies - Expedition converts it to 568 security rules (which is wrong), while the old PAMT tools converts it to 283 security rules (which is correct).

 

I've attached the Expedition output (asa-expedition.png) as well as the old PA MT output (asa-pamt.png) below and you will see huge differences. Expedition gives many Outside to DMZ security rules with private addresses as destination - which clearly doesn't make sense. (All objects without the EXT- prefix have private IP addresses).

 

I think (and hope) is it a bug.

 

Expedition output

asa-expedition.png

Old PAMT output

asa-pamt.png

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Re: Bad security policy problem with ASA migration

can you share the ASA config by emailing to fwmigrate at paloaltonetworks.com? There were changes in the migration behavior in the Expedition ASA parser which breaks out certain policies (that uses address groups) that results in the additional policy count. I can verify that is the result you are seeing in your migration.

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