Migration path from NSG to USGFLEX/ATP

MartyWalter Posts: 32  Freshman Member
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edited August 2022 in Nebula Ideas
Updating from an NSG device to a USGFLEX or ATP device is a time consuming process. It requires you to remove the NSG Device from Nebula before you can add the USG lflex or ATP device.  It does not seem to carryover any of the programming such as security policies interface addresses etc.

it would be great if there was a migration path to simplify this process. As the older NSG devices go to end of life we will be needing to upgrade more and more.
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Without plan in USG FLEX & ATP series


  • MartyWalter
    MartyWalter Posts: 32  Freshman Member
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    Update - Still trying to migrate the customer from the NSG300 to an ATP700.  Simply removing the NSG device and adding the ATP device does not work.  When you do so, you receive a message 'This site had been used NSG300 on before, so can't be add NSG\NSG100\NSG200 into this site" 

    It does not seem possible to migrate.
  • Zyxel_Melen
    Zyxel_Melen Posts: 1,617  Zyxel Employee
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    If any user needs migration, please contact @Zyxel_CSO.

    Zyxel Melen

  • Pook
    Pook Posts: 136  Ally Member
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    While there is no Migration path I find the best option is to create a new site in Nebula. Add the Flex to this site and then manually copy over the config. It sounds a chore but doesn't really take too long so long as you don't have a complex large network.

    Once I swap out the devices I then clone site settings etc from the old NSG site to the Flex site and move the switches and AP's to the Flex site.

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