VSYS Migartion Query From DC5220 to ISP 5050

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VSYS Migartion Query From DC5220 to ISP 5050

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Hi Team,

I have below network Architecture

Upstream Internet Firewalls PA 5050 Active/Standby

Downstream Datacenter Deployment 5220 Active/Standby

Now We have 2 VYS in DC 1 is Normal 2nd DMZ Vsys.

Now i have to remove DMZ vsys to ISP can some guide how to remove vsys from datacenter 5220 to ISP 5050.

ISP-PA5050-connected 5k DMZ and connected 9k for internal

DC 5220 coonected 5k dmz and connected 9k as upstream and and 7k down for inside

Now vwire configured from DMZ 5k to DC 5220 2 cables

2 cables connected to 9k as vwire out of 2 ports 1 is vlan 4 and another vlan 10.Here Vlan 10 is layer3 and Vlan 4 is layer2 vlan.

Appreciate quick response

Yazar Arafath

Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

Good Day

I am a little confused without a better explanation of how devices are connected.

Can you upload a network diagram, depicting how devices are interconnected, and include what physical ports are used, and what vsys those cables are used for.  Right now, with using short terms (5k, 9k, 7k), is a little confusing, so please provide better/additional details.


Thank you.

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Dear Steve,


Due to security reasons, I couldn't share do u have a separate email so I will send the entire architecture.


Best Regards,

A.Yazar Arafath

Yazar Arafath

You can send to steven.cantwell@cloudharmonics.com


I will delete all information after received and reviewed.


Thank you.

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