Manage WAF appliances

It just takes a couple minutes to deploy your virtual WAF appliance in Amazon EC2, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, Hyper-V, or VMware (vCenter), on a server or docker (container). Check out our getting started guide for all the details. A WAF appliance acts as a reverse-proxy.

 

Clusters and Appliances. You'll configure your WAF appliance(s) for one or more WAF clusters. A cluster can be assigned as many WAF appliances as your subscription allows to guarantee high availability and redundancy in your firewalling operations.

Need a WAF cluster? Just go to WAF Appliances > WAF Clusters and click the New WAF Cluster button. You'll get a Registration Code that you'll need to configure your WAF appliance(s).

 

1) First add a new WAF appliance - it just takes a minute. Go to WAF Appliances > WAF Appliances, click New WAF Appliance and we'll walk you through the steps quickly.

2) Configure the WAF appliance for your environment (Amazon EC2, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, Hyper-V, or VMware - vCenter) on a server or docker (container). You'll need to enter the Registration Code for the appliance.

3) Important - Be sure to configure your DNS. You'll need to funnel traffic through the WAF cluster by changing DNS entries.

4) We recommend you verify registration of the WAF appliance. Use the WAF user interface (go to WAF Appliances > WAF Clusters), or the CLI (for VMware or Hyper-V only).

 

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