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FortiSandbox VM on Azure

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Importing Azure settings into FortiSandbox

Once the FSA instance has been successfully deployed, you can import your Azure settings into FortiSandbox.

To import Azure settings into FSA:
  1. Go to the FSA instance.
  2. Select Settings > Azure Config.

    Screenshot of FortiSandbox dashboard showing importing of Azure settings

  3. Fill out the configuration form by providing the following information:
    User ID Your user ID.
    Password Your user password.
    Location Select the same location used while setting up the resource group.
    Subscription ID Your subscription ID.
    Group The resource group.
    Storage account The storage account's name.
    Storage account key The storage account's key.

    Monitor account

    The monitor account's name.

    Monitor account key

    The monitor account's key.

    Security group

    The security group created. If you created multiple security groups, this should be the one which allows for RDP and FTP.

    Vnet

    The name of the Vnet you created.

    Snet

    The Snet created for the FSA port2 interface.

    VM type

    The size of the VMs used for sandboxing. This also affects the analysis speed and instance cost when using custom VMs. In most use cases, this should be set to Standard_B1s.

    You can use other types of VMs with the number of vCPU cores <= 2.

    For more information on VM sizes, see: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/virtual-machines/windows/sizes-general

  4. The instance will fetch the licensing information, which can take up to three hours.
  5. Once completed, upload your BYOL license if it was provided.

Importing Azure settings into FortiSandbox

Once the FSA instance has been successfully deployed, you can import your Azure settings into FortiSandbox.

To import Azure settings into FSA:
  1. Go to the FSA instance.
  2. Select Settings > Azure Config.

    Screenshot of FortiSandbox dashboard showing importing of Azure settings

  3. Fill out the configuration form by providing the following information:
    User ID Your user ID.
    Password Your user password.
    Location Select the same location used while setting up the resource group.
    Subscription ID Your subscription ID.
    Group The resource group.
    Storage account The storage account's name.
    Storage account key The storage account's key.

    Monitor account

    The monitor account's name.

    Monitor account key

    The monitor account's key.

    Security group

    The security group created. If you created multiple security groups, this should be the one which allows for RDP and FTP.

    Vnet

    The name of the Vnet you created.

    Snet

    The Snet created for the FSA port2 interface.

    VM type

    The size of the VMs used for sandboxing. This also affects the analysis speed and instance cost when using custom VMs. In most use cases, this should be set to Standard_B1s.

    You can use other types of VMs with the number of vCPU cores <= 2.

    For more information on VM sizes, see: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/virtual-machines/windows/sizes-general

  4. The instance will fetch the licensing information, which can take up to three hours.
  5. Once completed, upload your BYOL license if it was provided.