Cannot convert Juniper configuration

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HiepNguyen
L1 Bithead

Cannot convert Juniper configuration

Hi team, 

 

I have to convert Juniper configuration, but when importing configuration file, Expedition tool shows only object, no policy. Does anyone experience that before? 

alestevez
L7 Applicator

for further analysis it will be better to send an email to fwmigrate at paloaltonetworks dot com and go from there...

Daniel_Hitzemann
L1 Bithead

I had the same problem:  You need to make sure your configs start with and end with the following:

</configuration>

...

...

...

 </configuration>

 

 

AndreToms
L0 Member

Will this work for a file in .txt format?

Daniel_Hitzemann
L1 Bithead

Yes, I used txt format for my firewall migration using expedition.  

AndreToms
L0 Member

I used an XML file instead and added the <configuration> tags as listed. I'm still getting the same message for both .txt and .xml. Ran it against two browsers and none noticed an xml formatting error. 

Daniel_Hitzemann
L1 Bithead

When I pulled the configs from the Juniper it was in XML format but as a Txt file.  The XML config print out includes a lot of junk before the configuration tag or <configuration> so you have delete all of that before the configuration and after at the bottom of the config. 

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