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Does the new software appliance version require a different license? Or if you are an existing KWF user with a valid license can you just download and try the ISO for the software version?

Do you need to take extra config steps (like assigning interface names) before trying to import your settings from the Windows version?

Is there a recommended set of steps to migrate to the software version?
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Software appliance (VMware or Linux) does have a different license that the Windows version.

As the import of the configuration from the Linux > VMware Appliance i have went though i got asked which interface will be converted to which interface

Exemple in Linux i had:
eth0
eth1
eth2
eth4

On my VMware i have:
WAN
DMZ
DMZ2
LAN

I hope it will be the same for you.

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