Expedition Migration Logs

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L1 Bithead

Expedition Migration Logs

Hello everyone,

I am new to using Expedition and have a question regarding the Migration Logs (generated automatically by Expedition), upon analyzing the imported running-config from my cisco asa, Under Task: NAT Analysis - Under Action - it saying No Action Required. Suggestions to review and/or remove. If partial matching, you may consider split the security rule.  What does this mean? Is it ok to just leave what Expedition found during analysis (without editing and or revising). Does this mean it corrected whatever NAT issue it finds during analysis? Please let me know your thought on this.  Thank you.

 

Chie

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L3 Networker

Hello @chielazo_amcn 

 

Is it possible to provide a screenshot?

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L1 Bithead

Hello azuniga,

Thanks for your response, as requested - below Expedition Migration Logs.Expedition migration Logs.JPG

 

 

 

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L1 Bithead

Hello Azuniga,

Thanks for your response - as requested, below is the Migration Logs generated automatically by Expedition during cisco asa running-config analysis.

Expedition migration Logs.JPG

 

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L3 Networker

Hello @chielazo_amcn 

 

That means your NAT rules and policy based rules have different IP ranges and it is asking you to review them, this shouldn't prevent you from the migration however they might be overly permissive. NAT Rule (number) indicates which NAT rules these are so I would just compare them with the existing policy rules you have.

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