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Deploying VM-series from AWS Market place

L2 Linker

I was wondering what typical diagram would look like for this deployment (youtube video of same name). If anybody has a network diagram for a setup/deployment I'd be grateful for it.

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L5 Sessionator

Check out our consulting engineering org's github repo. They built terraform templates of all the common deployments from our reference architecture guide. For example, here's an HA pair attached to a transit gateway peering with 4 other VPCs. 

 

You may be able to find the traditional 3 nic (1 mgt, 1 trust, 1 untrust) deployment model picture in a different directory. 

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L3 Networker

Hi there,

The topology is pretty simple, a mgmt0 interface (sn-mgmt), Eth1/1 (untrust) (sn-pub) and Eth1/2 (trust) (sn-priv).

The firewall is positioned between the two AWS routing tables which hold the subnets sn-pub and sn-priv. Traffic must pass through the vPA to route between the AWS route tables.

Oddly the sn-mgmt subnet is also in the same routing table as sn-pub (on the 'outside') which strikes me as a bad topology....but probably easier to manage for the benefit of the tutorial!

 

cheers,

Seb.

Hi would you happen to have a picture/diagram ?

Something like this:

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cheers,

Seb.

L5 Sessionator

Check out our consulting engineering org's github repo. They built terraform templates of all the common deployments from our reference architecture guide. For example, here's an HA pair attached to a transit gateway peering with 4 other VPCs. 

 

You may be able to find the traditional 3 nic (1 mgt, 1 trust, 1 untrust) deployment model picture in a different directory. 

Help the community! Add tags & mark solutions please.

Thanks Seb.

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