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HUAWEI Firewall Comprehensive Configuration Examples

This document describes the application scenarios and configuration methods in typical projects of the firewall.
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  • The virtual machine feature is configured on the FW. Each virtual system corresponds to one virtual machine. The virtual machines are isolated through the virtual systems. Security policies can also be configured in the virtual systems to realize access control.
  • Interfaces between the FW and CE12800 are limited. Therefore, multiple subinterfaces are created. The subinterfaces are allocated to the root system and virtual systems. Their use is flexible.
  • In solution 1, when OSPF is configured on the FW, because OSPF cannot be configured in a virtual system directly, the VPN instance corresponding to the virtual system must be bound to the OSPF process in the root system.
  • In solution 2, VRF is configured on the CE12800 to virtualize the CE12800 as an upstream switch (root switch Public) and downstream switches (multiple virtual switches VRF). VRRP runs between the FW and both Public and VRF switches of the CE12800.
Updated: 2019-01-26

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