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FortiGate-VM on OpenStack

Use Case: Automatically Updating Dynamic Addresses Using Fabric Connector

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Deploying a FortiGate-VM instance into the configured networks

From the OpenStack command line, enter the following commands to deploy the fgt-vm-1 FortiGate-VM instance. These commands use the standard license file you receive when you register your FortiGate-VM instance (in this example, FGVM080000103268.lic).

$ openstack server create --flavor m1.fortigate --image fgtb1486 --user-data /home/stack/openstack/cloud-init/userdata.txt --config-drive=true --file license=/home/stack/FG-licenses/FGVM080000103268.lic --security-group web --nic net-id=private01 --nic net-id=network-r --nic net-id=network-l --nic net-id=ha-sync fgt-vm-1

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Deploying a FortiGate-VM instance into the configured networks

From the OpenStack command line, enter the following commands to deploy the fgt-vm-1 FortiGate-VM instance. These commands use the standard license file you receive when you register your FortiGate-VM instance (in this example, FGVM080000103268.lic).

$ openstack server create --flavor m1.fortigate --image fgtb1486 --user-data /home/stack/openstack/cloud-init/userdata.txt --config-drive=true --file license=/home/stack/FG-licenses/FGVM080000103268.lic --security-group web --nic net-id=private01 --nic net-id=network-r --nic net-id=network-l --nic net-id=ha-sync fgt-vm-1