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Macfee Sidewinder to CheckPoint R80.10 migration

How can I migrate Macfee Sidewinder to CheckPoint R80.10?
My plan is to use the PaloAlto Expedition to convert first and then convert to CheckPoint. but when I convert NAT does not appear.
Does anyone have experiences with Sidewinder to CheckPoint R80.10?
Please advise me.

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Admin
Admin

Why R80.10 and not R80.30 or R80.40?
And also what tool are you using to migrate from Palo to Check Point?
And have you verified the correct configuration appears in a Palo?
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Why R80.10 and not R80.30 or R80.40?

Customer environment is currently running R80.10 and planning for R80.30 (later)
And also what tool are you using to migrate from Palo to Check Point?

I do CheckPoint API for that. (Export CSV from Paloalto)
And have you verified the correct configuration appears in a Palo?

PaloAlto expedition can't migrate NAT rules.

 Checkpoint has tools or instructions for Macfee Sidewinder to CheckPoint directly convert.?

 

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Champion
Champion

If NAT rules are the only thing that is not convertible i would make new CP NAT rules after the migration. As you have to optimize the rule base anyway that should be not much effort.

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Admin

I don't believe Sidewinder is one of the supported options for SmartMove, nor as I've seen many requests for this sort of conversion.
You'll probably have to migrate that part of the configuration manually.
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Participant

Thanks for all your reply.

Migrate from Macfee Sidewinder to CheckPoint is I used CheckPoint API and also NAT rules

Export active rules from Sidewinder CSV file and create API. Object, services, and NAT also.

 

Thanks for all your reply.

Regards,

Paing

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