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CloudEngine 12800, 12800E, 8800, 7800, 6800, and 5800 Series Switches VXLAN Best Practices

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Firewall Access Design

Firewall Access Design

Firewalls can be connected as follows:

  • (Recommended) Firewalls are connected to border or server leaf nodes in bypass mode at both sides.
  • Firewalls are deployed between border leaf nodes and PEs.

In Figure 1, firewalls are connected to border or server leaf nodes in bypass mode at both sides (firewalls are connected to spine nodes or server leaf nodes at both sides when border leaf nodes and spine nodes are converged). The network topology is simple, so the configuration and deployment are simplified. In addition, firewalls can be extended when devices in the gateway group increase, and security policies can be flexibly deployed.

This deployment is recommended.

Figure 2-27 Networking where firewalls are connected to border or server leaf nodes in bypass mode at both sides

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Updated: 2018-07-02

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