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Barracuda CloudGen Firewall

Getting Started - Control Center for Microsoft Azure

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The Barracuda Firewall Control Center for Microsoft Azure is available as a Bring Your Own License (BYOL) image from the Azure Marketplace or as a VHD from the Barracuda Download Portal. Two models are available: The VCC610 supports two ranges and unlimited clusters, the VCC400 one range and one cluster. The Control Center can manage both on-premises hardware and virtual units, as well as CloudGen Firewalls in the public cloud. It is not possible to use the Azure Control Center in a high availability cluster.

Before You Begin

Step 1. Set a Static IP Address for the Control Center VM

You must reserve the internal IP address of your Control Center VM because managed CloudGen Firewalls expect the IP address of the Control Center to be static.

Step 2. Export the Base License on Box Layer

  1. Log into the box layer of the Control Center.
  2. Open the CONFIGURATION > Configuration Tree > Box > Box Licenses page.
  3. Click Lock.
  4. In the Licenses table, select the Base License and click Im/ Export and select Export to clipboard or Export to File.

Step 3. Configure CC Identification Settings

The CC Identification settings are required to secure communication between the Control Center and the CloudGen Firewalls it manages.

  1. Log into the Control Center.
  2. Click Trust.
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  3. Go to CONFIGURATION > Configuration Tree > Multi-Range > Global Settings > CC Identity. The This Connection is Untrusted popup opens.
  4. Click No.
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  5. Click Lock.
  6. In the CC Identification section, click Import and select Import from Clipboard or Import from File to import the base license exported in step 3.
  7. In the Organization field, enter your organization name.
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  8. In the left menu, click Trust Chain.
  9. Define the keys and certificates required for secure communication between the Control Center and the CloudGen Firewalls that it will manage:
    • CC Private Key – Click New Key and specify the key length.
    • CC Certificate – Click Edit and specify the certificate settings.
    • CC SSH Key – Click New Key and specify the key length.
  10. Click Send Changes and Activate.

Step 4. (optional) Complete the Auto Activation Form

To automatically activate managed CloudGen Firewall licenses, you must enter the data for the auto-activation form once.

  1. Log into the Control Center.
  2. Go to CONFIGURATION > Configuration Tree > Multi-Range > Global Settings > CC Parameters.
  3. In the left menu, select Activation Template.
  4. Click Lock.
  5. Enter the Owner and Purchase Information.
  6. Click Send Changes and Activate.

Next Steps

Continue with the steps below to set up the Control Center in Microsoft Azure according to your needs.

TaskLink
Create AdminsControl Center Admins
Configure Central Management
Add Managed CloudGen Firewalls
License Managed CloudGen Firewalls

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