Access Total Application Security – BYOL

EC2 Instance Installation Steps - BYOL

Find out the prerequisites for BYOL deployment.
  1. Log into AWS Marketplace and access Indusface Total Application Security.
  2. Go through What is the correct instance type for my website? link under Resources section to determine the right instance for your website and click Continue.

  3. Click 1-Click Launch tab.

  4. In the Version widget, select the version 5.1 or latest.

  5. In the Region widget, click Region drop down and select the region to host the AMI.

    This region will guide a user in the usage of subnet and VPC for an AMI.
  6. In the EC2 Instance Type widget, select an instance of your choice.
    Not sure of which instance type to select? We have made an Instance Selection Guide too.
  7. Now under the VPC Settings widget, do one of the following: 
    1. Click VPC drop-down, select the VPC ID to deploy instance. The Subnet dropdown appear, select appropriate subnet.

    2. To create one new VPC, click Create a VPC.
    3. If the subnet is private then provide NAT router and Gateway details.
    4. Click VPC drop down to select the EC2 Classic.

  8. Create one Security Group and in Security Group widget, select created security group from the drop-down.

    For HTTP Website

    For HTTPS Website

    For HTTP & HTTPS websites







    Port (8080)

    Port (8080)

    Port (8080)

    Connection Method


    Port Range

    Source (IP or Group)







    Custom TCP Rule






    Source IP to provide SSH access

    A security group is a set of firewall rules that control traffic for an instance. Click Security Groups for more information.
  9. Click key pair drop down to select a Key Pair. Key Pair widget ensures only you have access to the Total Application Security.

  10. Click Accept Terms &Launch with 1-Click.

    If you are an existing AWS customer, the button will be labeled as Launch with 1-Click.
  11. Confirmation pop-up page will appear and follow the on-screen instructions. Click AWS Management Console link.

  12. Resources page appears, click Running Instances.

  13. Instances page appears. Sort of launch timestamp in the table to identify the most recent instance you launched.

  14. Under Name column, provide the name for the instances.

  15. Make a note of launched Instance ID as it is required for completing TAS registration.

  16. In the left navigation pane, under NETWORK & SECURITY, click Elastic IPs to create one static IP for your instance.

  17. Click Allocate New Address.

  18. Allocate New Address window appears. Select one option from the EIP used in drop down and then click Yes, Allocate.

  19. Allocate New Address window appears with Elastic IP and click on the IP address.

  20. Allocated Elastic IP will appear. Click Actions, select Associate Address and do one of the following.

    • Select Resource type to which you want to associate Elastic IP address, select TAS Instance from Instance drop-down and Private IP from Private IP drop down.

    • Select Re-association option only if your Elastic IP is already attached and then click Associate.

  21. In the left navigation pane, click Instances. Examine the Status Checks, ensure that the status is changed from Initializing to 2/2 checks passed. Make a note of the Public IP address.

  22. Your AMI has been launched successfully and configured with the Public IP address.

  23. Click here to configure TAS on the AMI Instance.

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