This recipe is part of the process of deploying FortiGate HA load-balancing for Microsoft Azure using Azure load balancer. See below for the rest of the recipes in this process:
- Basic concepts
- Traffic flow
- Azure load balancer
- Inbound NAT rules
- Load balancing rules
- Locate FortiGate HA for Azure in the Azure portal or Azure marketplace
- Determine your licensing model
- Configure FortiGate initial parameters
- Create VNet and subnets in network settings
- Select Azure instance type
- Assign Azure IP address
- Validate deployment resources
- Create FortiGate instances
- Connect to the FortiGate
- [Use case] Set up a Windows Server in the protected network
- Configure FortiGate firewall policies and virtual IPs
- [Failover test] Create load balancing rules and access the Windows Server via remote desktop
This recipe details two ways to find the FortiGate HA product listing on Azure:
- Log into the Azure portal, navigate the marketplace, then select FortiGate HA.
- Go to the Azure marketplace product page.
- Log into the Azure management portal, then click New > More services. Enter marketplace. Click Marketplace, then search for fortigate HA.
- Choose the product name, then click Create.
- Navigate to the marketplace product page.
- Click GET IT NOW. In the popup, click Continue. It leads you to log into the Azure management portal. After logging in, the product description displays. Click Create.
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