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Migration and SIC

According to the Installation and migration manual, when you import a R77.30 Domain or SMS servers' export file into the R80.10 Multidomain server tis line gives me the creeps:

The R80.10 Domain Management Server has SIC with Security Gateways. If the IP address of the R80.10 server is not the same as the IP address of the R77.xx server, you must establish trust between the new server and the gateways.

Does this mean (it is not the case with a R77.30 migration) that when I import a domain, that I will always be forced to reestablish the SIC before I can use the gateways with the R80.10 management?

Regards, Maarten
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Re: Migration and SIC

AFAIK, MGMT migration tool, MDSM or not, will maintain SIC certificates even if new MGMT server is on a different IP address. You still have to provision local FW rules to allow control connections to come to your GWs from a new IP address.

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Re: Migration and SIC

That is what I hope as well, but that line in the documentation just does not give me great confidence, we recently migrated about 150 CMA's from 2 Provider 1 setups into 1 set all with new IP's and there was no problem there, but if this holds true I will really have a problem when we start to migrate these over....

Regards, Maarten
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