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Barracuda CloudGen Access

Install in Azure

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Before You Begin

Get a CloudGen Access Proxy enrollment link by creating a new CloudGen Access Proxy. Since there is still no value for Host parameters, insert a placeholder (e.g., temp.example.org)

Deploy the CloudGen Access Proxy to Azure

  1. Click Deploy to Azure.

  2. Select the Resource group from the drop-down menu.
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  3. Paste the enrollment link into the Access Proxy Token field.
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  4. Select Virtual network and Subnet.
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  5. Select the Instance Size.
  6. (Optional) Enter an SSH Public Key to use for the Access Proxy Instances.
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  7. (Optional) Add Tags to categorize the resources.
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  8. Click Create.
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After the installation, update the created CloudGen Access Proxy host with the CloudGen Access Proxy IP address obtained in the template output resource:

  1. Go to Outputs and copy the ipAddress.
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  2. In CloudGen Access, replace the proxy Host address.
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  3.  Click Save.

Upgrading CloudGen Access Proxy

To upgrade your CloudGen Access Proxy to the latest version, execute the following command:

sudo yum upgrade fydeproxy envoy
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