Cisco has recently opened up a self-service tool to convert CheckPoint Firewall configurations to Cisco ASA configs.
It is open to all the users registered on the Cisco website.
Try it out and let us know your feedback
The same tool also supports the migration of Juniper Netscreen Firewall configurations to Cisco ASA
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link https://fwmig.cisco.com/ shows
is the service down?
Thank you for the Migration tool.
I have went through the data collection stage and it has been mention 8 files should be present with zip but after running checkpoint Web Visualization Tool i do have a single HTML file.
i can have route.txt file but how to collect remaining 7 files ?
I have same doubt ..
any resolution which has sorted this problem ?
please share with me
If you follow the Data Collection steps given exactly, then you will get those 7 XML files. Otherwise usually the output is a single HTML file which is actually a combined version of those XML files itself.
Is there a way to set the "Use global ACL" to no?
hi. i ran the migration tool and it worked for me. however, what version of asa does is the output applicable to? is it applicable to 9.x version?
sorry found it on faq's. thanks
I'm trying to migrate from a checkpoint but seem to have an issue with my route.txt
ERROR: No default route found, hence cannot continue further
here is a snippet of the file
Has the tool moved or been taken down? The page is now showing 503 unavailable
@mjwulff01, i'm seeing the same thing. Hopefully cisco get's it back.
I am currently trying to use the conversion tool for checkpoint to ASA to Firepower migration.I have downloaded the Web Visualization Tool (WVT) from Checkpoint website, but each time I try to install the exec file on my PC, I see the error below
""The code execution cannot proceed because OS.dll was not found. Reinstalling the program may fix this problem"
Can anyone suggest how can resolve this as I have tried to reinstall the program severally.
https://fwmig.cisco.com is down - looks like it's not resolvable in DNS
Is this tool going to be ever brought back up? I found it very useful.
Currently down - seems like DNS issue.
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