I'm rather new to Firepower firewalls. I've basically got two ASA configs which i've converted using the FMC conversion tool. I have two 2130 firepower firewalls registered with FMC. I imported the first config which went I think has gone in correctly. My problem is when i imported the config for the second Firepower. Under the objects tab, the i can see all the objects for both imported configs. It seems like both configs are just "there" and arent related to the correct firewall.
My question is, how do i separate the imported config so that it applies only to the correct firewall?
Does anyone know of an idiots guide or can point me in the right direction please?
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