ASA migration issues

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ASA migration issues

I am attempting to use MT3 to migrate from an ASA config using the API push method. I have an issue with zones not being imported correctly.

From MT3 I get the following errorwhen trying to push the config via the API:

<response status="error" code="12"><msg><line><![CDATA[security -> rules -> Rule 2 -> from 'insidenet' is not an allowed keyword]]></line>

If I  go into the firewall directly i can see that i have a zone called 'insideint' this is linked to ethernet1/1. This interface has an IP and is configured as a Layer 3 interface.

From the set downlaod file  i can find the following:

set rulebase security rules "Rule 2" option disable-server-response-inspection no

set rulebase security rules "Rule 2" from insidenet

set rulebase security rules "Rule 2" to DMZ

set rulebase security rules "Rule 2" source ISO

set rulebase security rules "Rule 2" destination DMZ

set rulebase security rules "Rule 2" source-user any

set rulebase security rules "Rule 2" application any

set rulebase security rules "Rule 2" service any

set rulebase security rules "Rule 2" hip-profiles any

set rulebase security rules "Rule 2" category any

set rulebase security rules "Rule 2" action allow

set rulebase security rules "Rule 2" log-end yes

set rulebase security rules "Rule 2" disabled no

set rulebase security rules "Rule 2" negate-source no

set rulebase security rules "Rule 2" negate-destination no

set rulebase security rules "Rule 2" profile-setting profiles

set rulebase security rules "Rule 2" tag inside_access_in

Any help in resolving this issue woul be appreciated.

Thanks

Chris

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Re: ASA migration issues

Hi can you double check the zone names??? this is from your error: insidenet and this is from your text your zone in your firewalls is called 'insideint' ?? Those are correct or was a typo?

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Re: ASA migration issues

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