10-20-2018 12:56 PM
After trying and failing on Expedition 1.0.95 with no luck I have now deleted my VM and downloaded and updated to 1.0.107.
Whenever I migrate (tried Cisco, Checkpoint and Juniper), I click export, drag the elements into the base config, press merge then generate xml. I'm left with what looks like the original base config instead of a xml output.
All the migrated work is lost.
What is the sequence from when I am ready to generate an xml?
By the way the configs and base config are fine as I've used them before in the Migration Tool 3.3.15
12-17-2018 01:30 PM
It is the case for both the XML and the ZIP for me. When I open up the XML, it looks like 1 line from each section has been imported. For example, eth1/1 was created but not the rest of the interfaces. The first gateway and ipsec objects are in the XML but not the full list I am expecting. Same with security rules, only the first line is shown in the XML. I assume expedition is hitting some kind of error in each section and skipping to the next section.
01-09-2019 03:46 AM
Would it be possible to export this project having issues and send it to fwmigrate at paloaltonetworks dot com for further research?
We have not experienced this issue, and it may be a corner case that we would like to study to address it.
01-14-2019 01:16 PM
Sorry about the delay.
I blew the VM back in October as Palo Alto now have a higher version to download. I'm on 1.0.107 now, which I belive was a fresh download then one update.
So far it seems to be ok but I've only tested it with 1 Cisco config (the exact same one it wouldn't work with before) and one Checkpoint.
What version are you on?
08-15-2019 02:18 AM
You are the best 🙂
08-26-2019 05:36 AM
hey i have the same problem!!
how did u download the earlier version..
i cant do nothing now
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