Is Cisco ASA OSPF routing information migrated via expedition as well?

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Is Cisco ASA OSPF routing information migrated via expedition as well?

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Hi all,

 

Migrating from ASA to PA at a major data centre. We have migrated many sites but only ones with static routes so far. The datacentre we are migrating has 100+ static routes and some OSPF routing configuration as well. I noticed it seems the static routes were migrated fine (as expected from the experience at other locations) but the OSPF configuration is missing. 

 

-Is there something I need to do specifically to ensure expedition migrates the OSPF routing? Or do I have to manually input this information on the PA side.

 

Any insight would be appreciated! Thanks.

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