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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 an ELB between the FortiGate-VMs

  1. Go to the EC2 dashboard. Go to Load Balancers, then click Create Load Balancer.
  2. Create a load balancer for RDP traffic within Fortinet-VPC. Select Continue.

  3. Set the Ping Protocol to use HTTPS. Select Continue.

  4. Use the + on Public Subnet and add it into the Selected Subnets list. Select Continue.

  5. Select Allow every traffic. Select Continue.
  6. Select both FortiGate-VMs. Select Continue.
  7. Leave Tags at the default values and select Continue. A review page appears. After you have reviewed the configuration, select Create. Now that you have created the ELB, you can use a domain name to test your connection via an RDP client.

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Creating an ELB between the FortiGate-VMs

  1. Go to the EC2 dashboard. Go to Load Balancers, then click Create Load Balancer.
  2. Create a load balancer for RDP traffic within Fortinet-VPC. Select Continue.

  3. Set the Ping Protocol to use HTTPS. Select Continue.

  4. Use the + on Public Subnet and add it into the Selected Subnets list. Select Continue.

  5. Select Allow every traffic. Select Continue.
  6. Select both FortiGate-VMs. Select Continue.
  7. Leave Tags at the default values and select Continue. A review page appears. After you have reviewed the configuration, select Create. Now that you have created the ELB, you can use a domain name to test your connection via an RDP client.