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Lab 1.1: Review the lab environment and map out the services and endpointsΒΆ

If needed review the previous section SSL Orchestrator Lab Environment This lab will attach one of each type of security service (HTTP, ICAP, L2, L3, TAP) to SSLO for an outbound forward proxy traffic flow. Afterwards, an internal client will be able to access remote (Internet) resources through SSLO, providing decrypted, inspectable traffic to the security services.

  • The client is attached to a 10.20.0.0/24 network and is assigned the IP 10.20.0.60. This network is attached to the BIG-IP 1.1 interface.
  • The L2 device is an Ubuntu 14.04 LTS server configured to bridge its eth1 and eth2 interfaces. Its inbound VLAN (traffic to it) is attached to the BIG-IP 1.6 interface. Its outbound interface (traffic coming from it) is attached to the BIG-IP 1.7 interface.
  • The L3 device is an Ubuntu 14.04 LTS server configured to route between its eth1.10 and eth1.20 (tagged) interfaces. Its inbound VLAN (traffic to it) is attached to the BIG-IP 1.3 (VLAN tag 30) interface and has an IP of 198.19.64.64/25. Its outbound interface (traffic coming from it) is attached to the BIG-IP 1.3 (VLAN tag 60) interface and has an IP of 198.19.64.130/25. Its default gateway is 198.19.64.245, which will be a VLAN self-IP on the BIG-IP.
  • The TAP device is an Ubuntu 14.04 LTS server configured with a single eth1 interface. That interface is attached to the BIG-IP 1.4 interface.
  • The DLP/ICAP device is an Ubuntu 14.04 LTS server configured with a single eth1 interface. That interface is attached to the BIG-IP 1.5 interface and has an IP of 10.70.0.10 and listening on port 1344. The box is running c-icap and Squid/Clamav.
  • The Explicit Proxy device is an Ubuntu 14.04 LTS server configured with Squid. Its interfaces are eth1.30 and eth1.40 (tagged). Its inbound VLAN (traffic to it) is attached to the BIG-IP 1.3 (VLAN tag 110) interface and has an IP of 198.19.96.66/25. Its outbound interface (traffic coming from it) is attached to the BIG-IP 1.3 (VLAN tag 120) interface and has an IP of 198.19.96.136/25. Its default gateway is 198.19.96.245, which will be a VLAN self-IP on the BIG-IP.
  • The outbound network is attached to the BIG-IP 1.2 interface, in the 10.30.0.0/24 subnet, and has a gateway of 10.30.0.1.

Note

In the lab, client inbound, Internet outbound, and DLP VLANs and self-IPs are already created.