I have a 2 Checkpoint clusters to be migrated to Palo Alto, Panorama managed.
The checkpoints are centrally managed via 1 security policy , while on each cluster the routing and dmz can be different.
In the example clusterA has 1 local dmz, which isn't exsiting on ClusterB.
1. I've imported the Checkpoint objects, rulebases, policy into Expedition: OK
2. I've re-created the 2 routing tables for ClusterA and ClusterB: OK
When performing an "auto-zone assign" on all rules, using the virtual router of ClusterA, the zone info is added and is correct with regards to the 1 local dmz: OK
When performing a 2nd "auto-zone assign" on all rules, but using the virtual router of ClusterB, the zone info is overwritten (not appended) by this lookup.
Is there any possibility to "append" the zones when running "auto-zone assign" with multiple virtual routers?
Thanks a lot,
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