we are trying to migrate configuration from Cisco Firepower using Expedition to Palo Alto. When it comes to address objects, IPv6 networks are not migrated properly. The object name is modified automatically where at the end of the IPv6 address object expedition adds -32 and changes IPv6 address to 188.8.131.52. It is even marked as IPv4 address. This is not happening with IPv6 hosts. Does anyone experience same problem or have some workaround for IPv6 networks? We are using IPv6 frequently and it would require a lot of manual work. If you check the attachment, all referenced objects are IPv6 networks converted to 184.108.40.206 and name has -32 suffix added by the tool.
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