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Sophos XG Firewall Virtual ApplianceMicrosoft Hyper-VDocument Date: January 2018Version: 05012018AHMPage 1 of 20

Getting Started Guide: Sophos XG Firewall Virtual ApplianceContentsPreface .4Base Configuration .4Prerequisites .4Installation Procedure .4Step 1: Download and Extract VHD Disks .4Step 2: Connect to Host Server.4Step 3: Add a new virtual machine .5Step 4: Name the virtual appliance .6Step 5: Specify Generation .6Step 6: Set virtual memory for the appliance.7Step 7: Choose the network interface for the appliance .7Step 8: Choose the primary virtual hard disk .8Step 9: Complete the basic setup .8Step 10: Configure the settings for virtual appliance .9Step 11: Add network adapter to the virtual appliance .9Step 12: Add auxiliary disk to the appliance . 10Step 13: Connect to the virtual appliance . 11Step 14: Accept EULA . 12Configuring XG Firewall . 13Activation and Registration . 13Step 1: License Agreement . 13Step 2: Register Your Firewall . 13Step 3: Complete basic setup . 14Basic Configuration . 15a. Setting up Interfaces . 15b. Creating Zones . 15c. Creating Firewall Rules. 15d. Setting up a Wireless Network . 16Copyright Notice . 20Version: 05012018AHMPage 2 of 20

Getting Started Guide: Sophos XG Firewall Virtual ApplianceChange LogDateChange DescriptionJanuary 05, 2018First draftVersion: 05012018AHMPage 3 of 20

Getting Started Guide: Sophos XG Firewall Virtual AppliancePrefaceThe Getting Started Guide describes how to download and deploy Sophos XGFirewall Virtual Appliance on Microsoft Hyper-V.Base ConfigurationIf the following minimum server requirements are not met, XG Firewall will go intofailsafe mode:1.2.3.4.5.One vCPU2GB vRAM2 vNICPrimary Disk: Minimum 4GBAuxiliary Disk: Minimum 80GBNote: For optimal XG Firewall performance, configure vCPU and vRAM according tothe license you have purchased. Do not exceed the maximum number of vCPUsspecified in the license.PrerequisitesMake sure that Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008/2012 has been installed in yournetwork. To install Microsoft Hyper-V Server, refer to the instructions: 5(v ws.10).aspx 0.aspxInstallation ProcedureStep 1: Download and Extract VHD DisksDownload the .zip file containing VHD disks from firewall/free-trial.aspx and save it to your machine.Step 2: Connect to Host ServerLaunch the Hyper-V Manager. Go to Action Connect to Server to connect to thehost server on which you wish to deploy the VHD template. The following screenappears:Version: 05012018AHMPage 4 of 20

Getting Started Guide: Sophos XG Firewall Virtual ApplianceStep 3: Add a new virtual machineGo to Action New and select Virtual Machine.It opens New Virtual Machine Wizard.Version: 05012018AHMPage 5 of 20

Getting Started Guide: Sophos XG Firewall Virtual ApplianceStep 4: Name the virtual applianceStep 5: Specify GenerationSelect Generation 1.Version: 05012018AHMPage 6 of 20

Getting Started Guide: Sophos XG Firewall Virtual ApplianceStep 6: Set virtual memory for the applianceFor Startup memory (vRAM), enter 2048 MB (recommended) or higher.Step 7: Choose the network interface for the applianceVersion: 05012018AHMPage 7 of 20

Getting Started Guide: Sophos XG Firewall Virtual ApplianceStep 8: Choose the primary virtual hard diskSelect Use an existing virtual hard disk and browse to select the file that youextracted.Step 9: Complete the basic setupVerify the configuration summary and click Finish.Note: This completes the basic setup of VM. To complete the Sophos XG Firewallinstallation you need to add network interface and auxiliary disk.Version: 05012018AHMPage 8 of 20

Getting Started Guide: Sophos XG Firewall Virtual ApplianceStep 10: Configure the settings for virtual applianceRight-click the virtual appliance that you created and click Settings.Step 11: Add network adapter to the virtual applianceUnder Hardware, select Network Adapter and click Add.Version: 05012018AHMPage 9 of 20

Getting Started Guide: Sophos XG Firewall Virtual ApplianceTo specify the network adapter configurations, refer to the image below.Step 12: Add auxiliary disk to the applianceUnder Add Hardware, click SCSI Controller and select Hard Dive.Click Add and then browse to select the Auxiliary disk.Version: 05012018AHMPage 10 of 20

Getting Started Guide: Sophos XG Firewall Virtual ApplianceStep 13: Connect to the virtual applianceRight-click the virtual appliance and click Connect.Version: 05012018AHMPage 11 of 20

Getting Started Guide: Sophos XG Firewall Virtual ApplianceSophos XG Firewall has been installed on your virtual machine.To continue to the Main Menu.Step 14: Accept EULAVersion: 05012018AHMPage 12 of 20

Getting Started Guide: Sophos XG Firewall Virtual ApplianceConfiguring XG FirewallGo to https://172.16.16.16:4444 from the management computer. Click to beginthe wizard and follow the on-screen instructions.Note: The wizard will not start if you have changed the default administratorpassword from the console.Activation and RegistrationStep 1: License AgreementTo proceed, you must accept the Sophos End User License Agreement (EULA).Step 2: Register Your FirewallEnter the serial number, if you have one. If you are migrating from UTM 9, you canuse its license. Alternatively, you can skip registration for 30 days, or start a freetrial.Version: 05012018AHMPage 13 of 20

Getting Started Guide: Sophos XG Firewall Virtual ApplianceYou will be redirected to the MySophos portal website. If you have a MySophosaccount, click Login and enter your credentials. If you are a new user, click CreateSophos ID and enter the details to sign up for a MySophos account.Complete the registration process.Step 3: Complete basic setupAfter you register the device, the license is synchronized and basic setup iscomplete.Click Continue and complete the configuration through the wizard. Aftercompletion, the Network Security Control Center appears.Version: 05012018AHMPage 14 of 20

Getting Started Guide: Sophos XG Firewall Virtual ApplianceYou can use the left navigation pane to configure other settings.Basic Configurationa. Setting up Interfaces1. Add network interfaces and RED connections: Configure Network Interfaces.2. Add wireless networks: Protect Wireless Wireless Networks. The SSIDsthat you create will appear on the interfaces menu.3. Add access points: Protect Wireless Access Points.b. Creating ZonesZones are essential to creating firewall rules. The device provides default zones. Tocreate custom zones, go to Configure Network Zones.c. Creating Firewall RulesYou can create the following types of firewall rules in Protect Firewall AddFirewall Rule:1. Business Application Rule: To secure a server or service, and control access toit.2. User/Network Rule: To control user access to web and application content, or tocontrol traffic by source, service, destination, zone, and user.Version: 05012018AHMPage 15 of 20

Getting Started Guide: Sophos XG Firewall Virtual Applianced. Setting up a Wireless NetworkTo create wireless networks from the XG Firewall Wizard, refer to theinstructions below:1. Go to Protect Wireless Wireless Networks.2. Click Add to add a new wireless network.3. Configure the wireless network as shown in the image.The wireless network will be added.4. Similarly, add another wireless network for guest access.Version: 05012018AHMPage 16 of 20

Getting Started Guide: Sophos XG Firewall Virtual ApplianceYou can see both wireless networks on Protect Network Wireless Networks.5. Go to Protect Wireless Access Point Groups.6. Click Add to add a new access point group.7. Add both the wireless networks, and the new access point.Version: 05012018AHMPage 17 of 20

Getting Started Guide: Sophos XG Firewall Virtual ApplianceYou can view newly-installed APs on the Control Center.Version: 05012018AHMPage 18 of 20

Getting Started Guide: Sophos XG Firewall Virtual Appliance8. Click the pending APs to accept the new access points.9. To configure the settings of new APs, refer to the image.10.Click Save.Version: 05012018AHMPage 19 of 20

Getting Started Guide: Sophos XG Firewall Virtual ApplianceCopyright NoticeCopyright 2015-2017 Sophos Limited. All rights reserved.Sophos is registered trademarks of Sophos Limited and Sophos Group. All otherproduct and company names mentioned are trademarks or registered trademarksof their respective owners.No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, ortransmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying,recording or otherwise unless you are either a valid licensee where thedocumentation can be reproduced in accordance with the license terms or youotherwise have the prior permission in writing of the copyright ownerVersion: 05012018AHMPage 20 of 20

Jan 05, 2018 · d. Setting up a Wireless Network To create wireless networks from the XG Firewall Wizard, refer to the instructions below: 1. Go to Protect Wireless Wireless Networks. 2. Click Add to add a new wireless network. 3. Configure the wireless network as shown in the image. The wir

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