We are trying to migrate the CISCO ASA configuration to the Palo Alto using expedition and we have imported the ASA config to the expedition by clicking on "Group access-lists by remarks".
We have around 38K access lists on Cisco ASA and the security policies on the Palo alto firewall is not merging as expected. We did migrations before and the access-lists around 30K are shrinked to around 2800.
Currently expedition is running on 220.127.116.11. We are not able to identify the root cause and expecting assistance on this.
Thank you in advance.
Do you get the expected results if you do not mark the option of Grouping ACL's?
Thank you for the response Dgildelaig
Regardless of marking and non-marking the Merge option, the acl count is the same.
Can you contact us to firstname.lastname@example.org and we can check why may be some ACLs missing?
If you have already identified any missing ACL in the migration, provide also some information about it, in case we spot what specific that ACL may have that we did not support yet.
The ACL's are not missing, however the issue is with ACL merging. We have around 30000 security policies.
For suppose, if we have 10 rules with source, same destination port and with 10 destinations, Ideally the expedition should merge this to single rule, but this is not happening now.
Can you please help us on this matter.
Please contact with me at email@example.com to schedule a session
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