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Not able to see all ASA firewall interfaces on Expedition tool

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We are planning to migrate Cisco ASA firewalls to Palo Alto, as part of it we are converting the configurations using Expedition tool, but while i check on Network section for the firewall interface, i can see only port channel interfaces but not seeing the physical interfaces are part of that port-channel group. Do i need to manually create physical interfaces and add them as part of aggregate interfaces?

 

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Hi @Bkrishnamoorthy  You can remap port-channel to aggregate ethernet interface , for example, click port-channel interface -> click "remap interface name " , scroll to the bottom of the dropdown to select "ae1" , that way it will map the port-channel to ae1 :

 

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then you add the new ethernet interface , for example "ethernet1/1", change the type to Aggregate Ethernet , and select group "ae1" , this will assign ethernet interface to the Aggregate Ethernet Group "ae1"

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L6 Presenter

Hi @Bkrishnamoorthy  You can remap port-channel to aggregate ethernet interface , for example, click port-channel interface -> click "remap interface name " , scroll to the bottom of the dropdown to select "ae1" , that way it will map the port-channel to ae1 :

 

Screenshot 2023-04-17 at 9.02.24 AM.png

 

then you add the new ethernet interface , for example "ethernet1/1", change the type to Aggregate Ethernet , and select group "ae1" , this will assign ethernet interface to the Aggregate Ethernet Group "ae1"

Screenshot 2023-04-17 at 9.01.13 AM.png

 

 

@lychiang It helped to discovered the interfaces as required , thanks for your solution.

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