Looking for a list of items that aren't captured by Expedition during migration for each config type

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L1 Bithead

Looking for a list of items that aren't captured by Expedition during migration for each config type

I'm looking for a list of 'Gotcha' items that get missed by Expedition during import for each of the different vendor / config file types.  In other words, configuration items that either aren't contained within the files imported or items that won't convert.  Also, things that get pulled over during import that can be simply removed because they aren't needed in Palo Alto configurations.  

 

Additionally, if there are any gotchas to look out for during migration that you may have come across in your experience - any info is greatly appreaciated.  Trying to build a master list of these things as I have not been able to find one yet.

 

Config types:

Checkpoint

Cisco

Fortinet

IBM XGS

JUNIPER Netscreen

JUNIPER ScreenOS

FORCEPOINT

Sonicwall

Any others that can be pulled in from CSV that we know of?

L1 Bithead

Re: Looking for a list of items that aren't captured by Expedition during migration for each config

Found this in another post - adding the first "not captured"

This one is from Cisco

 

Unfortunately EIGRP is a Cisco propriotry routing protocol and not available on PANOS. Only static, OSPF and BGP are available on the PAN appliances.  With that said, Expedition does transfer all your routing information, just not EIGRP.

 

Cisco has made EIGRP an open standard per RFC7868 since 2016.

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