I'm attempting my first migration of an ASA to one of my Panorama-managed clusters (1 A/P cluster in a DG/Template) and am following the recent YouTube tutorial for doing so. When I get to the merge step, the API results include a lot items for my other DGs/Templates. I've tried Atomic & Subatomic and it pretty much looks the same (I didn't do a line-for-line comparison by eyeballing the 2 looks identical).
Is this something of concern? Are there certain things to be on the lookout for?
So, it's looking like my shared address/group objects from the ASA are all corrupted now. I didn't scroll down the entire validation output but it's a very long list about
rulebase -> security -> rules -> Rule-01 -> source 'object-XYZ' is not an allowed keyword
rulebase -> security -> rules -> Rule-01 -> source object-XYZ is an invalid ipv4/v6 address
rulebase -> security -> rules -> Rule-01 -> source object-XYZ range separator('-') not found
rulebase -> security -> rules -> Rule-01 -> source 'object-XYZ' is not a valid reference
rulebase -> security -> rules -> Rule-01 -> source is invalid
When I check the address object in the Panorama CLI, it looks like this (GUI is similar):
set shared address object-XYZ ip-netmask 22.214.171.124/32
Similarly, for a group object and its members, it all looks fine.
In the case of a group object, there were two that I deleted and re-created identically and then they worked.
First of all , verify the object object-XYZ is already exist in Panorama config and looks like you already verified the object is there . 2nd step will be you save a candidate config snapshot on Panorama GUI and export that candidate config out to your PC , rename the config file to different name instead of candidate config and re-import the candidate config back to panorama and load the config , then commit to see if it lets you successfully commit on panorama .
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