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Migrate CR25ia to XG 105 but Firewall Rules Missing

At the same time, large organizations can implement uniform security and gain high visibility into remote and branch offices with centralized management and Layer 8 Identity-based security. In reply to RichardLeong: Do you know how to clear all firewall rules from console so I can create policies again. Hi, I try to upgrade CR25ia I do not have any experience. You can use 7zip to extract and update Entities. Skype – Anonymous proxies e. Considered yes, what i did was backup from CR and then restore to XG but because of the restore not properly convert the firewall policies so Cr25iq have to recreate the firewall policies, the rest of the settings are ok I go through it one by one.

Cyberoam CR25IA Security Firewall Appliance CR 25ia T8-e6

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Inbound and Outbound Spam filtering cannot be used simultaneously. After restore the CR backup to XG most of the configuration looks ok accept firewall rules can’t show in policies. Protects service providers from recurring incidents of outbound spam in the network.

After finished updated cybeeoam file just reset XG to factory settings and import the updated. This group requires membership for participation – click to join.

If not how can I migrate it as fast as possible?

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Not sure if you’ve already solved this issue, but try that as just adding it to the list of site for compatibility view worked for me. Prevents exploitation of web applications vulnerabilities. Dependable web and application filtering to control and report non-work and malicious web and network traffic activity.

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Also on XG you can factory reset it and cyberoamm you are ready import the configuration. We’d love to hear about it! The best thing is users login account and password also preserved. The best-in-class hardware along with software to match, enables the NG series to offer unmatched throughput speeds, compared to any other UTM appliance in this market segment. When I try remove zone settings it refused and given cyberowm message firewall rule still using the zone can’t remove.


If you are not going to perform a in place migration on a Cyberoam appliance it is recommended that you program the new XG appliance from new. Protects from intrusion attempts, DoS attacks, malicious code transmission, backdoor activity and blended threats Outbound Anti Spam: In reply to PhillipWakeman: Cyberoam NG series of Unified Threat Management appliances are the Next-Generation network security appliances that include UTM security features and performance required for future networks.

HI Richard, What you have found is correct, at this time there is no mechanism to directly load a Cyberoam configuration file onto an appliance running SF-OS either XG or Cyberoam running SF-OS Your cleanest option would to be to load the CR25ia configuration into a CR25iNG Appliance and migrate that you could possibly use a virtual UTM I am glad everything appears to be OK with what you have done, however please be carefully with manually modifying the XML export from a Cyberoam appliance and importing it onto a XG appliance as depending on your setup there could be configuration conflicts and the XML import will not convert the settings but just apply them as is.

In reply to lferrara: Is this the best way to migrate?