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L1 Bithead

what does it mean when an object has a value 'default' in its srcFile column? and not any of the configuration filename that I imported?

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L6 Presenter

Default is created by Expedition.  It could be default service or any new objects that's created in expedition. 

why would expedition creates object? when we're trying to clean up objects?

 

Depends on what vendor file you trying to convert, expedition migrate objects and show the source under "default" . Has this create any problem for you , can you please be specific on what issues you see when objects shows in "default" ? Thank you!

Hi Lychiang,

 

I am trying to convert ASA to PA. 

My scenario is I have 2 ASA configs that will be merged into 1 device group in Panorama. I merged 2 ASA configs into 1 device groups for Object and Policies, so I can tell the difference between the existing objects and the new ones that I imported, and I ended up with alot of duplicate objects. Eventually when I import the new config into my production panorama I will be configuring all the objects in the shared device group. 

When trying to clean up the duplicate objects I depend heavily on the vsys and srcFile column. 

For example:

After the merge, I select my PA config for all vsys and I have some duplicate objects that are showing the correct vsys (new device group that I created) but the srcFile for 1 object is showing 'default' and the other object is showing my second ASA config file. When I look at where the objects are being used, one of the object (with srcFile 'default') is used in my first ASA config and the other object (which has srcFile the second ASA config) is used in my second ASA config. 

 

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