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Azure-FW-3-Interfaces-

Repo created to support the deployment of a 3 interface Palo Alto Networks firewall (1-MGMT and 2-Dataplane) into an existing Microsoft Azure environment.

This template was created to support the deployment of a 3 interface Palo Alto Networks firewall (1-MGMT and 2-Dataplane) into an existing Microsoft Azure environment that has the following items already created:

                -Availability Set for the Firewall created in the same Resource Group that the firewall will be in
                -VNET - with subnets
                -Storage Account for the firewall VHD
                -Resource Group for Firewall

FEATURES:

  • The firewall deploys with 3 interfaces. 1 MGMT and 2 data plane into an existing environment.
  • It is possible to choose the version of software the firewall is running. 7.1 or 8.0 (Latest)
  • The deployment SKU can also be choosen during deployment. BYOL, Bundle1 or Bundle2 are the available options.
  • Static IP addresses assignment is used for all the firewall interfaces.

The following Storage Account types are supported:

                -Standard_LRS
                -Standard_GRS
                -Standard_RAGRS
                -Premium_LRS

The following VMs are supported:

                -Standard_D3
                -Standard_D4
                -Standard_D3_v2
                -Standard_D4_v2
                -Standard_A4
                -Standard_DS3_v2
                -Standard_DS4_v2

NOTE: Make sure the VMs are supported in the specific Storage Account Type and Azure Region.

After deploying, this firewall can be intetgrated into a load balancer setup via the Azure Portal.

PLEASE NOTE: This is an unofficial repository for AWS and Azure templates to deploy VM-Series Next-Generation firewalls from Palo Alto Networks into the respective public clouds.

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