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About FortiGate for AWS

Deploying FortiGate on AWS

Deploying auto scaling on AWS

Single FortiGate-VM Deployment

Use Case: High Availability for FortiGate on AWS

Security Fabric Connector Integration with AWS

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Creating a VPC and subnets

This section shows you how to create an AWS VPC and create two subnets in it. For many of the steps, you will have a choice to make that can be specific to your own environment.

  1. Change your language to English and log into the AWS Management Console.

  2. In the Networking & Content Delivery section, select VPC.

  3. In the Virtual Private Cloud menu, select Your VPCs, then select Create VPC.

  4. In the Name tag field, set a name for your VPC.
  5. In the CIDR block field, specify an IPv4 address range for your VPC.
  6. In the Tenancy field, select Default.
  7. Select Yes, Create.

  8. In the Virtual Private Cloud menu, select Subnets, then select Create Subnet. Create a public subnet (in this example, Subnet1) and a private subnet (Subnet2), as shown in this example. Both subnets belong to the VPC that you created.

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Creating a VPC and subnets

This section shows you how to create an AWS VPC and create two subnets in it. For many of the steps, you will have a choice to make that can be specific to your own environment.

  1. Change your language to English and log into the AWS Management Console.

  2. In the Networking & Content Delivery section, select VPC.

  3. In the Virtual Private Cloud menu, select Your VPCs, then select Create VPC.

  4. In the Name tag field, set a name for your VPC.
  5. In the CIDR block field, specify an IPv4 address range for your VPC.
  6. In the Tenancy field, select Default.
  7. Select Yes, Create.

  8. In the Virtual Private Cloud menu, select Subnets, then select Create Subnet. Create a public subnet (in this example, Subnet1) and a private subnet (Subnet2), as shown in this example. Both subnets belong to the VPC that you created.