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Obtaining the deployment image file and placing it in your bucket

  1. Go to the Fortinet support site (https://support.fortinet.com) and log in.
  2. Navigate to Download > Firmware Images.
  3. Under Select Product, select FortiWeb, then select the firmware version directory.
  4. Download the deployment package file. The deployment package file is named "FWB_OCI-vX-buildXXX-FORTINET.out.oci.zip file", where vX is the major version number and XXXX is the build number.
  5. Unzip the file and you will get the image file "boot.qcow2".
  6. In OCI, go to Storage > Object Storage, then click Create Bucket to create a standard storage bucket. If you already have buckets, you can skip this step and choose from your available buckets.



  7. Select the bucket, then upload the deployment image file boot.qcow2.
  8. Click Upload Object. The dialog shows the upload progress.


  9. Once uploaded, the following screen appears. Click Create Pre-Authenticated Request.


  10. Enter a name for the request, then click Create Pre-Authenticated Request.
  11. Note down this URL. It will be needed in further steps.

Obtaining the deployment image file and placing it in your bucket

  1. Go to the Fortinet support site (https://support.fortinet.com) and log in.
  2. Navigate to Download > Firmware Images.
  3. Under Select Product, select FortiWeb, then select the firmware version directory.
  4. Download the deployment package file. The deployment package file is named "FWB_OCI-vX-buildXXX-FORTINET.out.oci.zip file", where vX is the major version number and XXXX is the build number.
  5. Unzip the file and you will get the image file "boot.qcow2".
  6. In OCI, go to Storage > Object Storage, then click Create Bucket to create a standard storage bucket. If you already have buckets, you can skip this step and choose from your available buckets.



  7. Select the bucket, then upload the deployment image file boot.qcow2.
  8. Click Upload Object. The dialog shows the upload progress.


  9. Once uploaded, the following screen appears. Click Create Pre-Authenticated Request.


  10. Enter a name for the request, then click Create Pre-Authenticated Request.
  11. Note down this URL. It will be needed in further steps.