04-03-2019 05:24 AM
I have ended up in a bit of an odd situation with an undesirable result 😕
In the process of importing CSV's from an unsupported source, I have ended up importing an entire rulebase into the "shared" VSYS of a standalone base firewall config. This might be OK for objects, or a rulebase in Panorama, but not a valid config for a standalone device.
To make matters worse, I have augmented the policy with a ton of new rules from a design document - mostly manual work. Many hours have gone into this and it's now ready to export to the target gateway.
Only one thing - there is no shared policy in the export (I guess because it's not a valid thing).
The policy can still be editied in config.xml -> shared, all I need is to move the rules to vsys1 or get them in the exported xml. I don't have time to build this rulebase again.
Help me @alestevez, you're my only hope!
04-03-2019 08:57 AM
you are right, you could cut the policy from shared and paste into the rulebase under vsys1 and that's it 🙂 Only check to do if there is a rulename duplicated after the paste 🙂
04-03-2019 04:05 PM
Thanks @alestevez ! Unfortunately I am unable to cut and paste the rulebase in Expedition - ctrl-c / ctrl-v doesn't seem to work and there's no cut/paste in the rule context menus.
The Move button would be great if it supported move to a different rulebase like Panorama but it doesn't have the option.
Any other ideas?
04-03-2019 11:38 PM
Unless there is a bug in the version you are using, not sure how your security rules were imported to 'shared' as choosing that option will not import into the target config.
Per the attached screenshot you need to choose from the available vsys to import the security policies into.
Can you post a screenshot showing the security policies were added to shared?
04-04-2019 12:51 AM
I'm running expedition-beta/unknown 1.1.11 amd64
I can replicate in an entirely new project, importing a VA base config (it can only have one vsys 🙂 )
It has existing rules in vsys1, but we'll demonstrate by importing a simple CSV into the shared vsys:
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