I am in the process of replacing a SonicWall NSA3500 with an NSA3600. I have exported the settings from the NSA3500 and imported them into the NSA3600. All interface settings, access rules, address objects, etc. seem to have transferred correctly.
My local LAN has a number of subnets and VLANs. When I connect the new firewall, the only subnet that can reach the Internet is 10.1.x.x. This of course worked properly with the NSA3500. All subnets are in an address group which has an access rule to reach the public Internet.
Does the new firewall OS handle access rules differently, or is there some issue with importing settings from an older version? I've got a few hundred address objects and access rules that I would hate to have to enter from scratch.
NSA3500 firmware: SonicOS Enhanced 22.214.171.124-40o
NSA3600 firmware: SonicOS Enhanced 126.96.36.199-12n