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I'll start migrating the configuration of a Juniper SGS5 to a Sonicwall TZ600, and actually i having a bit trouble to "convert" some things. For example, talking about interfaces:

Name            IP/Netmask            Zone            Type            Link                PPPoE         Configure

bgroup0            192.168.0.25/24            Trust            Layer3      Up                      -           Edit       
               ethernet0/2                                                               Up                      -          Edit       
               ethernet0/3                                                               Down              -          Edit       
               ethernet0/4                                                               Up                      -      Edit       
bgroup1            0.0.0.0/0                             Null            Unused            Down      -      Edit       
bgroup2            0.0.0.0/0                             Null            Unused            Down      -      Edit       
bgroup3            0.0.0.0/0                             Null            Unused            Down      -      Edit       
ethernet0/0      213.27.241.250/29      Untrust              Layer3            Up              -      Edit       
ethernet0/1      0.0.0.0/0                            Trust            Layer3            Down      -      Edit       
ethernet0/5      10.10.10.10/24            Trust            Layer3            Up              -      Edit       
ethernet0/6      0.0.0.0/0                            Untrust            Layer3            Down      -      Edit       
serial0/ 0      0.0.0.0/0            Null            Unused            Down      -      Edit       
tunnel.1      unnumbered                            Untrust            Tunnel            Up              -      Edit       
vlan1            0.0.0.0/0                            VLAN            Layer3            Down      -      Edit       
wireless0/0      0.0.0.0/0                            Trust            Layer3            Down      -      Edit       
wireless0/1      0.0.0.0/0            Null            Unused                                    Down      -      Edit       
wireless0/2      0.0.0.0/0            Null            Unused                                    Down      -      Edit       
wireless0/3      0.0.0.0/0            Null            Unused                                    Down      -      Edit

broup0 what kind of interface is? I assume it's a internat network. And i see from the chart that there are two more interfeces "bundled" with that interface?

How can i "translate" it to Sonicwall since in SW you must to put a vlan, a vlan that i'm not seeing anywhere in the Juniper?
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bridgegroup ?

similar to SonicWALL's portshield




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Hi Oscar,

bgroup0 just means that eth0/2 eth0/3 and eth0/4 are grouped together as  192.168.0.25/24. think of it as a 3 port switch plugged into virtual port "bgroup0"
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so it's SonicWALL
s equivalent of portshield, t make it into a switch :)
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Thank you guys, it was easier than i though.
Migration done and all running fine :)
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