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Barracuda CloudGen Firewall

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How to Deploy the Barracuda NG Firewall in Azure via the Preview Portal

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The Barracuda NG Firewall firmware version 6.1 is no longer available in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace. Deploy the version 6.2.1 instead. For more information, see How to Deploy an F-Series Firewall in Microsoft Azure using Azure Portal and ARM.

To deploy the Barracuda NG Firewall with advanced networking features such as multiple Network Interfaces, you must use Azure PowerShell scripts. For more information, see How to Deploy the Barracuda NG Firewall on Microsoft Azure via PowerShell

Microsoft Azure charges apply. For more information, see the Microsoft Azure Pricing Calculator.

The Barracuda NG Firewall Azure can be deployed as a virtual machine in the Microsoft Azure cloud. You can use up-to-date Application Control, user awareness, integrated malware protection, and VPN services to securely manage all traffic in your virtual network. You can choose between two images in the Azure Marketplace:

  • Barracuda NextGen Firewall (BYOL) – These images use licenses purchased directly from Barracuda Networks. Barracuda Networks offers a 30-day evaluation license.
  • Barracuda NextGen Firewall (Hourly) – These images do not need to be licensed separately. Licensing fees are included in the hourly price of the Instance. All charges are billed directly through your Microsoft Azure account.
  • Barracuda NextGen Control Center for Microsoft Azure (BYOL) – These images use licenses purchased directly from Barracuda Networks. Barracuda Networks offers a 30-day evaluation license.

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In this article

Video

Watch the following video to see a short walkthrough of this deployment.

Before you Begin

Step 1. Create a NG Firewall or NG Control Center VM in Azure

  1. Go to the Azure Preview Portal: https://portal.azure.com
  2. In the upper left-hand corner, click NEW
  3. In the Create column, click Compute.
  4. In the Compute column, click Azure Marketplace.
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  5. In the Security + Identity column, search for Barracuda NextGen Firewall or NextGen Control Center

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  6. Select the image you want to deploy from the list. a column with the image name opens.
  7. Click Create.
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  8. In the Create VM column, enter the following settings:
    • Host Name – Enter the hostname for the Barracuda NG Firewall.
    • User Name – Enter a random username. The Barracuda NG Firewall ignores this setting.  All authentication settings (password/SSH key) are applied to the root user.
    • Authentication Type – Click on Password.

    • Password – Enter the password for your Barracuda NG Firewall. This password is used for the root user.
    • Pricing Tier – Click to select the pricing tier.  For more information, see Public Cloud Hosting.
  9. (optional) Click Optional Configuration to configure static IP addresses, storage account, and/or Endpoints.

    NG Firewall images create the following Endpoints:

    Endpoint NameProtocolPublic PortInternal Port
    MGMTTCP807807
    TINA VPN UDPUDP691691
    TINA VPN TCPTCP691691
    SSHTCPRANDOM22

    NG Control Center images require/create the following Endpoints. If you are deploying the

    Endpoint NameProtocolPublic PortInternal Port
    MGMT Box LevelTCP807807
    MGMT CC LevelTCP806806
    Remote MGMT VPNTCP692692
    SSHTCPRANDOM22
  10. (optional) Click Resource Group to select an exiting Resource group. By default, a new resource group using the hostname is created. 
  11. (optional) Click Subscription to select the Azure subscription. If you previously selected a resource that is already bound to a subscription, this setting can no longer be changed.
  12. (optional) Click Location to select the datacenter the Barracuda NG Firewall is deployed to. If you previously selected a resource that is already bound to a location, this setting can no longer be changed. 
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  13. Click Create
  14. In the Buy column, click Buy.
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Wait for the Barracuda NG Firewall or NG Control Center VM to be created. You can follow the progress in the Notification Section or on the dashboard.

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Step 3. Verify SpoE is enabled in Barracuda NG Admin

Use the latest version of Barracuda NG Admin.

You must enable SPoE to be able to connect.

  1. Launch NG Admin.
  2. In the upper left-hand corner, click Options and select Settings.
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  3. In the Client Settings section, verify that the checkbox for SPoE as default is ticked.
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Step 4. Log into your Barracuda NG Firewall or NG Control Center

Locate the public IP of the NG Firewall or NG Control Center VM you just launched.

  1. Go to the Azure Preview Portal: https://portal.azure.com
  2. Click on your Barracuda NG Firewall in the Dashboard of the preview portal or in the Browse section.
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  3. Identify the DNS Name or IP address of the Barracuda NG Firewall. 
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  4. Launch Barracuda NG Admin.
  5. Select Box.
  6. Enter the login information:
    • Management IP –  Enter the DNS name or Virtual IP address.
    • Username – Enter root.
    • Password – Enter the password you set during deployment.
  7. Click Log In.
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You are now successfully logged in to your Barracuda NG Firewall.

Next Steps

NG Firewall BYOL Image

To continue setting up your Barracuda NG Firewall, see Getting Started.

NG Firewall PAYG

To continue setting up your Barracuda NG Firewall, see Getting Started.

NG Control Center for Microsoft Azure:

To continue setting up your Barracuda NG Control Center, see Getting Started - NG Control Center for Microsoft Azure.

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