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Hello @shallugarg ,
For duplicate objects, you can go to Dashboard and click on the red number shown on the duplicate objects and it will take you to see the duplicate objects, example, if it's address objects, you can right-click on the address objects and click on "merge" to merge either based on name and value or value.
Thanks for your quick reply.
i see 56 duplicate objects for address and that has been taken care of.
I see under services section that there are 6 duplicate entries for services.
domain tcp 53
domain udp 53
nfs tcp 2049
nfs udp 2049
sunrpc tcp 111
sunrpc udp 111
Hi in your example , you might not want to merge tcp 53 and udp 53 to one single service object , you should rename the object name, for example, domain_tcp , domain_udp , that way you can keep both service objects since they do have different value,
Thanks. At last i was able to figure out how to replace that
Last piece is that i checked the invalid section again from dashboard and observed i have few in invalid zones.
P.S. i am trying to convert config from ASA to Palo Alto.
Do, i need to fix this as well
Yes, if it shows invalid object, you need to fix it before you are able to import it to PAN-OS device, for example: if it's ICMP service object, you will need to replace the service object with ICMP application, please refer below video for replacing invalid service object with the application.
For an invalid zone, you can go to "Monitor" -> "Migration log" to see what's the reason it sees the zone as invalid.
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