We need to replace old PA2020 (PAN-OS 5.0.10) that is managed via Panorama (PAN-OS 6.0) with new PA3020.
Referring to Panorama adminstrator guide 6.0, "How do I replace Panorama or a managed device in the event of a hadrware failure/RMA?"
1) Can device state export from a PA2020 be import into PA3020 (new device)
2) Should we use Panorama CLI "replace device old <old SN#> new <new SN#>"
Manually add this new PA3020 SN# to Panorama. Then issue Panorama CLI "rename device-group <Groupname> device <OLD SN#> to <new SN#>
3) Any other steps that we need, beside those mentioned in Panorama admin guide?
#1. Normally there should not be any issue with importing device state as long as you have same no of configured ports and same PAN-OS
#2. There is no replace command to replace serial no. Common practice is to consider it as a new device and start a new configuration. Delete the old device.
You dont have to worry about device group, Add serial no, and then add the device to same device group and template.
Or you can do following.
"Manually add this new PA3020 SN# to Panorama. Then issue Panorama CLI "rename device-group <Groupname> device <OLD SN#> to <new SN#>"
#3 Not sure.
Anyway Panorama does support CLI "replace" (below link), but it's not document in PAN-OS CLI reference guide....
You can use the steps in the Panorama admin guide. This does assume the models are the same interface configuration.
“Replace a Managed Device with a New Device” on p.102 of the Panorama Admin Guide
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