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Guide for Interworking Between HUAWEI CloudFabric Solution and Redhat OpenStack

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Configuring Security Policies on Firewalls

Configuring Security Policies on Firewalls

  1. Connect a firewall to a gateway. Generally, an Eth-Trunk interface is used and no configuration is required.
  2. Assign interfaces to security zones and configure a default security policy.
  3. Assign Virtual-if0 to the Untrust zone for diverting traffic between the public system and virtual systems on a firewall.
    [FW] interface Virtual-if api transform  // Enable the Virtual-if name conversion function. Otherwise, Virtual-if0 cannot be assigned to the Untrust zone.
    [FW] firewall zone untrust
    [FW-zone-untrust]add interface Virtual-if0
    [FW-zone-untrust]quit
    [FW]security-policy
    [FW-policy-security] default action permit // Set the default security policy to permit.
    [FW-policy-security]quit
    [FW] vsys enable   // Enable the virtual system function.
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Updated: 2019-03-25

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