Creating network objects

You need to create the following objects:

Object name IPv4 address in this example Role
Transit-Router 192.168.100.2 Distributed router (DLR)
Web-NAT 10.60.100.101 IP address of the web server as seen from external networks
Web-Srv 192.168.0.10 Real IP address of the web server
Web-Tier 192.168.0.0/24 Network dedicated to web servers
App-Tier 192.168.1.0/24 Network dedicated to application servers
DB-Tier 192.168.2.0/24 Network dedicated to database servers

 

Transit-Router, Web-NAT and Web-Srv objects

  1. Log on to the firewall's web administration interface as an administrator.
  2. In the Objects > Network objects menu, click on Add.
  3. In the column on the left, select Host and fill in the mandatory fields for the Transit-Router object by following the example in the table above:
  • Object name,
  • IPv4 address.
  1. Click on Create and duplicate.
  2. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for the Web-NAT object.
  3. Repeat step 3 for the Web-Srv object.
  4. Click on Create.

 

Objects Web-Tier, App-Tier and DB-Tier

  1. In the Objects > Network objects menu, click on Add.
  2. In the column on the left, select Network and fill in the mandatory fields for the Web-Tier object by following the example in the table above:
  • Object name,
  • IPv4 address.
  1. Click on Create and duplicate.
  2. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for the App-Tier object.
  3. Repeat step 3 for the DB-Tier object.
  4. Click on Create.