Barracuda Networks offers several applications to manage and connect to the Barracuda CloudGen Firewall. Download the latest releases from Barracuda Cloud Control. The following applications and apps are available:
Barracuda Firewall Admin
Barracuda Firewall Admin is a stand-alone Windows applications used to administer your CloudGen Firewalls and Firewall Control Centers. Since Barracuda Firewall Admin is backward compatible, Barracuda Networks recommends to always use the latest version.
For more information, see Barracuda Firewall Admin.
The CloudGen Firewall web interface provides administrators quick and easy access to the firewall from any standard compliant browser. When using the CloudGen Firewall web interface as the primary management interface, you can manage and monitor your session as if you were using Barracuda Firewall Admin.
For more information, see Web Interface.
Barracuda Report Creator
The Barracuda Report Creator creates PDF reports using the statistics and logs collected by your CloudGen Firewall. Reports can be created instantly or per schedule and delivered either by email or stored on the Windows client that is running the Report Creator.
For more information, see Barracuda Report Creator.
Barracuda Reporting Server
The Barracuda Reporting Server is a monitoring and reporting device that allows administrators to rapidly generate customized reports, providing an aggregated view of firewall statistics and connected devices.
For more information, see Barracuda Reporting Server.
Barracuda Network Access Client and VPN Client
Barracuda Networks offers a Windows, macOS, and Linux client to configure and establish client-to-site VPNs. The Network Access Client consists of the Barracuda Personal Firewall, the Barracuda Access Monitor, and the Barracuda VPN Client.
Barracuda F-Series Install
Barracuda F-Series Install allows you to create USB flash drives for re-installation of hardware appliances or configuration files for custom deployments of CloudGen Firewalls or Control Center virtual machines.
For more information, see How to Recover a CloudGen Firewall with a USB Flash Drive.