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Scripts to order a Fortigate from Softlayer and lock it down

Project Description

Introduction

This tool can order a Fortigate firewall on an existing VLAN, a new VLAN, or can reconfigure an existing device.

Usage

usage: slfortigate [-h] [-d datacenter] [--vlan protectedvlan] [--ha-pair]
                  [-o file] [--really-order] [--config-existing hostname]
                  [-v]

Order and configure a fortigate security appliance, locking down the vlan by default, so that all subsequent
   servers ordered on this vlan will be protected immediately.

optional arguments:
 -h, --help            show this help message and exit
 -d datacenter, --datacenter datacenter
                       the datacenter to create this fortigate in. Use the
                       short name of the datacenter, e.g. sjc01. Use this
                       option instead of --vlan when you do not have any
                       servers in this datacenter yet. A small VSI will
                       automatically be created to get a public vlan and the
                       fortigate put on that vlan.
 --vlan protectedvlan  the existing VLAN to be protected by the fortigate,
                       specified as <vlanNum>.<routerHostname>, for example,
                       1738.fcr01a.tor01. Either this argument or
                       --datacenter must be specified.
 --ha-pair             not yet implemented! You want to order 2 fortigates
                       configured together as an HA pair
 -o file, --output file
                       file name to put the order or quote output in, instead
                       of displaying it to stdout. The order/quote data
                       structure is very large, so you will probably want it
                       in a file.
 --really-order        really order the fortigate, otherwise just get a quote
 --config-existing hostname
                       the hostname of an existing fortigate to configure
                       instead of ordering a new fortigate
 -v, --verbose         display verbose output

In addition to the options below, you also need to set environment variables
   SL_USERNAME and SL_API_KEY, or have them in your ~/.softlayer file.

   EXAMPLES:

   # Order a fortigate security appliance in a new datacenter:
   slfortigate -d tor01 --output ~/tmp/order.txt --really-order

   # Order a fortigate security appliance on a specific VLAN:
   slfortigate --vlan 1275.fcr01a.tor01 --output ~/tmp/order.txt --really-order

   # Configure an existing fortigate security appliance:
   slfortigate --config-existing firewall-vlan1729.networklayer.com

System Requirements

  • This library has been tested on Python 2.7 on RHEL 7.
  • A valid SoftLayer API username and key are required to call SoftLayer’s API.
Release History

Release History

This version
History Node

0.1.1

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