What is used to convert Netscreen config to be imported into PaloAlto?

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What is used to convert Netscreen config to be imported into PaloAlto?

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What is used to convert Netscreen config to be imported into PaloAlto?

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L6 Presenter

Hi...You can check with the Palo Alto partner (whom you purchased the Palo Alto device from) or your local Palo Alto SE on the conversion.  At this time, we offer a migration tool but it is limited to Palo Alto & partners' SEs only.

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L6 Presenter

Hi...You can check with the Palo Alto partner (whom you purchased the Palo Alto device from) or your local Palo Alto SE on the conversion.  At this time, we offer a migration tool but it is limited to Palo Alto & partners' SEs only.

Thanks.

L0 Member

What part of the config?  I found the two CLI's to be relatively close so I just dumped my Netscreen config into Excel and added/removed columns to the commands to be PANOS friendly and then ported to notepad for copy/paste.

I found this to be relatively simple for address and address-groups.  I did policy by hand because I had a chance to "streamline" my config.

The migration tool is regularly updated with new features.  For Netscreen, the tool will convert the policy and objects.

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L0 Member

Hi guys when can we find the configuration migration tool?

L0 Member

sorry where?

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