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Barracuda CloudGen Firewall

Hardware

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If you are deploying your NextGen Firewall via Zero Touch Deployment, see How to Deploy a Hardware Firewall with Zero Touch Deployment.

The NextGen Firewall hardware appliances ship with a Quick Start Guide. Follow this guide to connect to your firewall. To protect your network, follow the instructions for the standard deployment:

Step 1. (Optional) Install the NextGen Firewall or Control Center in a Rack

Some F-Series Firewalls are desktop sized; the larger models can be mounted in standard-sized racks.

For more information, see Rack Installation for Barracuda Appliances.

Step 2. Connect the Firewall to the Network

The management port for the F-Series Firewall differs depending on the model. Connect the management port to the network the management PC is in.

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Hardware SystemManagement PortWAN Port
F10 - F400Port 1Port 4
F600Port 1-
F800MGMT port-
F900MGMT port-
F1000MGMT port-

Step 3. Configure the Client

Configure your client PC to use the following static IP address configuration for the network interface connected to the firewall:

  • IP Address – 192.168.200.100
  • Netmask – 255.255.255.0
  • Gateway – 192.168.200.200
  • DNS Servers – Enter DNS servers in your network, or use public DNS servers.

Step 4. Complete the Quick Start Guide

Every F-Series Firewall or NextGen Control Center is shipped with the Quick Start Guide. Complete all the steps listed in the guide for the Standard Deployment Mode.

Next Steps

To start login and configuration of your NextGen Firewall, see Getting Started.

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