Using Panorama shared objects

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Using Panorama shared objects

Hi I'm going to migrate Checkpoint firewall to existing Palo Alto Networks deployment and I'd like to use objects already existing in Panorama. I've connected Panorama and imported Checkpoint config to one project.

I'd like to add Checkpoint config and objects to new Device Group and use existing shared objects as well. Is there a way how to do it?

Thank you,

Jan


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You could import both configs, merge the Checkpoint to your Devicegroup but the objects drop them in the Shared DG, after the merge you can MERGE duplicated Address/groups Services/groups by NAME and Value

 

Check after that no more duplicated objects are still there maybe because the value was different by filtering by NAME only...

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L7 Applicator

You could import both configs, merge the Checkpoint to your Devicegroup but the objects drop them in the Shared DG, after the merge you can MERGE duplicated Address/groups Services/groups by NAME and Value

 

Check after that no more duplicated objects are still there maybe because the value was different by filtering by NAME only...

View solution in original post

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