Hi Expedition Live Community users,
Expedition Developer team is in process of developing Expedition 2.0 and would like to hear your feedback. Here is a brief overview of the new Expedition 2.0
Expedition 2.0 contains major features in previous version, and added below new features:
We would love to hear your feedback on what you would like to see in expedition 2.0 ! Please provide us with feature requests in below format so we can all help make Expedition a better more useful tool to the community! Thank you!!
Feature Request Title:
Current Use Case:
Impact on Client(s): ( on scale of 1-5, 5 being the highest)
Priority: (on scale of 1-5, 5 being the highest)
Better alignment with BPA results between Customer Success BPA and Expedition BPA
In past engagements I have used both the Customer Success teams BPA and the BPA tools inside of Expedition. My biggest frustration with using Expedition for a BPA is the results are not evaluated the same way as the CS-BPA so you can't easily interrelate the findings between the 2 tools. If the results could be more aligned, the customer could be shown how to use expedition to do the heavy lifting on building the overall transformation scores so when they return to the CS-BPA they will have predictable results.
Just saying, if anyone is listening
Of course @swaschkut .
1 - It could be great if we can validate the configuration before export it from the Expedition, because when we import the XML file to the PA, sometimes there are a lot of errors, for example: Bad tags, bad data in router module, bad objects in general.
So, if we can validate the XML before export it, we can do these changes in the Expedition and then, validate it again and export it only when we are sure the file will work well in the PA.
2 - For Fortigate, for example. The 60% of migration that I do, are from Fortigates with multiples VPNs.
Tell if you want more details.
It would be nice to be able to see rule shadowing in Expedition. I usually take the config into the firewall and do a validate commit to see shadows, and then go back into Expedition to fix the rules.
It would also be helpful if all of the items that can be auto remediated in the BPA were in a filter so you could fix those things first without searching through all of the BPA results and trying each item.
I'm an SE and we have a lot of customer who are looking for :
1) VPN Migration for Phase 1 and 2
2) Better Integration in Panorama, it's not very simple to merge multiple firewall into panorama with shared object already existing. Do you think we can have a merge feature ? the goal is to create a project with multiple firewall and 1 panorama. the project will replace all object with the same value and help us to attach the different firewall to the panorama.
3) for the ML we have a created an ELK (docker format) and i will be curious if we can use it with Expedition to have a continious ML without important CSV (limited line) and bypass the syslog feature who have some limit too. for your information we can have some statistic for GP/Threat/System/Traffic with all version ! (for GP we parse the system event before the version 9.1)
Hi @draynal ,
the option 2 is already present in Expedition 1.1.x. Just right click on all the objects and set merge by "name and value" or by name, or the option you find required.
It will calculate even if the resulting merged object should be moved to a higher DG so it offers visibility to all the beneath DGs where the merged objects were in use.
Regarding option 3, we already offer support with Splunk, but we have not initiated support for ELK. We will have to check in the future our plans to include more options
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