The internal tools did help parse the Sonicwall configuration, however since there is a significant technology/style difference between PAN and Sonciwall, you'll need to do a considerable amount of validation to ensure everything migrated and also a comprehensive SIT / UAT plan. Going from SonicWall's VPN clients to GlobalProtect can also be tricky since they are configured differently on their respective platforms.
We are going through a massive SonicWall to PAN migration with a client currently and I have been trying to find anything to help. I am going to give this a shot and see how it works. Will update if i find anythign out.
I've done several the old fashioned way, exporting everything to ms excel worksheets and then converting to txt and modifing to cli scripts etc... I was going to test a old migration using the forti converter and then import into expedition. I just need to make sure that the forti converter preserves all of the static routes and objects correctly. The most important part of these sonicwall migrations is to "validate" everything which can be time consuming. Clients who did't want to perform that detailed comparrision failed (had major issues and had to roll back) their migrations.
So here is the latest scoop. My RE onsite was able to have one of the scripting ninjas somewhere in the deep dark reaches of Palo Corporate and was able to generate csv files containing different information groupings like address, services, interfaces... etc etc etc. I was able to import these into Expedition just fine. That is as far as i have gotten so far. Hopefully that update to Expedition to add this functionality isn't far off!
for the Sonicwall Config export, please follow the following CLI way:
1) login via SSH
2) no cli pager session
3) show current-config
with this you can work with the existing script to generate a CSV.
But we are already working on an BETA script, which is not publish yet.
as mention the tool is underdevelopment but you can of course ping me via mail and I will send you the installation instructions plus the tool itself.
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