Juniper SRX 5800 to PA-7050 migration

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Juniper SRX 5800 to PA-7050 migration

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Trying to migrate SRX 5800 ver 20.4R3-S3.4 cluster using Expedition. I have done quite a few SRX migrations but this one doesn't show any of the global routing instance information. Because of this there are tons of BGP and OSPF configuration that wont show up. Does anyone have any experience with this issue? Is there another way to bring the BGP and OSPF config from the SRX 5800 into Expedition. If not I will have to manually build it on the Palo.

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@DustinBranham Only static routes are supported by Expedition , Dynamic routing configuration are not supported, those will need to be rebuild in Palo Alto Networks Firewall. 

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L6 Presenter

@DustinBranham Only static routes are supported by Expedition , Dynamic routing configuration are not supported, those will need to be rebuild in Palo Alto Networks Firewall. 

L3 Networker

Export your BGP routes to a text file and append them as static routes to your config file manually, this'll allow expedition to read them in and works easier on your NAT/Security policies regarding their zones.

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