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i can‘t commit after upgrading to 11.0.2 version

L1 Bithead

hi, i can't commit after upgrading 11.0.2 version from 10.2.X, 

For testing purposes, I changed any of the small options and did not make any other changes, but I cannot commit them。

tip:

   Details Partial changes to commit:

changes to configuration by administrators: admin

Changes to policy and objocts confguration

DHcP Client Interface has no virtual-router

configured.Configuration is inalid

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then i export  runing configure and import the configure to firewall,loading the configure ,but i still cann't commit 

 tip:

   DHcP Client Interface has no virtual-router configured.Configuration is inalid

 

but all are right when firewall is 10.2.X version

 

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L4 Transporter

Hello @david.ge - it sounds to me like the interface you're configuring isn't configured as a virtual router. This requirement appears to have been added - it appears as a prerequisite in the 11.0 manual.  It also appears as a prerequisite in the 10.2 manual but I'm wondering if enforcement is different?

 

At the very least your interface would need to be in the default virtual router, but if that doesn't suit a different one can be created. 

 

If the interface is in fact a member of a virtual router, then I would suggest raising a TAC case to identify the cause of this issue. 

Iain Robertson
Senior Customer Success Engineer, NGFW, Palo Alto Networks
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