Time
59 minutes
Difficulty
Intermediate
CEU/CPE
1

Video Transcription

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everyone. Welcome back to the course. In the last video, we went ahead and set up our PC to instance. Now, one thing to keep in mind that may occur is
00:09
here inside of the hosted zone. So inside of the domain that you set up in room 53 if you click on hosted zones and then select the domain name that you've chosen,
00:17
what you may notice is that it's not going to be linked to an I P address in that instance. If that occurs, just go ahead and create a new record set and add in the i P address from your PC to instance. So it's pretty simple to do. Once you're at this screen here, you to select, create a record set,
00:32
and then you can go ahead and name it to anything that you want to name it something applicable, of course. And then make sure the I P fi four addresses the one for that particular easy to instance that you're running.
00:43
So I'm gonna go ahead and do that now, and we'll get the added in there on this particular
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domain, and then we should be all set to go ahead and move forward with adding in the Web application inside of fortunate.
00:55
Once we've added in the I p addressed with our domain if we needed to, we're gonna come back to the 40 Web Cloud weapon. Vacation fire was a service solution dashboard screen right here. And what we're going to do is select the ad application button at the top of right here.
01:08
Now it's gonna ask us to name our application as well as putting the domain name. So the domain name that you've chosen there. So I'm gonna go ahead and entering that information
01:17
once you've entered in the web application name. So again you can choose any name that's applicable for your organization. You also want to enter in the dough Nane name as well,
01:26
after you don't. So go ahead and click the next. But now what is going to do is attempt to analyze the i p address of that domain so it should pull it the correct I p address for you.
01:38
All right, so now it's gone ahead and found the i p address for my domain, and you should get a similar result. Obviously a different i p address. But you should see the i P address listed there of what it expects the origins ever to be.
01:49
No. If that's incorrect, you may want to manually enter it in there or you can go ahead and have a try to analyze it again.
01:57
What we want to do before we finish our set up here is we want to go ahead and test the origin server. Now, I don't have https set up on this particular server, so I'm going to swap to http.
02:08
I just run a test against it now, at the top right of the screen. What we should see is a green box that says test successfully.
02:15
So we know we were successful with that particular test.
02:20
Now we're just gonna select the next button
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and next is going to ask us to select our AWS region in this example on going to be using the U. S. East of Northern Virginia
02:32
and depending on where you are in the world, you want to select a location closest to you. What that's going to do is help reduce the cost associated with using this particular product.
02:44
Once we chose in our region will to select the next button right here
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under this select mode area, we've got an option to enable block mode so we can do block mode here at the initial setup
02:58
and that will block any types of,
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uh, threats coming through right.
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However, it could lead to some false positives and false negatives. And so what we want to do is in the initial set up here, we're going to leave block mode off. Now, we do have
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an upcoming case study where we'll go ahead and just practice enabling block mode. But for now, we're gonna leave it as the default, which is off, and we'll go ahead and turn it on a little later on in this course.
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So at this screen here, we're just gonna select the save button.
03:27
All right, So once we've gone ahead and selected the save button we're now taking to the Jane changed in this area at the screen, we just want to copy the new C name record because we're gonna be pacing that over into the Route 53 area to change the scene name record.
03:42
So just go ahead and highlight it, and you can go ahead and copy and paste it.
03:45
All right, So back on the roof 53 dashboard, we want to make sure we go back to our domain here, go to the record set and then we're going to do is select a C name here
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and go ahead and taste in
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our value right there and just go ahead and save the record set. Right? So once we've added that in over on route 53 if we come back to our fortunate dashboard here we see that the d N A status shows update pending now it might take some time for to fully update. Generally speaking, usually within an hour, sometimes a little sooner.
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Uh, within a couple of hours would probably the max time. I would wait before checking to see if you've set everything up correctly.
04:21
But again, in most cases, within the hour, it should go ahead and update for us.
04:27
So in this video, we just went through actually setting up our web application inside of the 40 Web Claude Weapon vacation firewall as a service product.
04:33
And we went ahead and also configured and changed our refugee three. So we changed a C name for a route 53 domain that we had, and now we're setting up the application and what we're going to do in the next video. Just take a brief look at the 40 Web Cloud Web application. Fire was a service solution dashboard screen.

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Fortinet FortiWeb Cloud WAF-as-a-Service

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Ken Underhill
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