While the simple answered as to "based on Vauban" is: yes; yet the fuller answer is an update of Vauban. For this, see the developments by the likes of Duvignau, Haxo and Chasseloup as outlined starting on page 39 ff in Aide-mémoire to the Military Sciences cited and linked below.
The use of Vauban defences follows the same, yet in some places outside of France, such as Alessandria, meant the French did not rely solely on the past.
Title Description of Chasseloup de Laubat's system of fortification, as executed at Alessandria, by an officer of the corps of Royal engineers. [With] Plates
Authors John Shortall Macaulay, François Chasseloup-Laubat
Aide-mémoire to the Military Sciences: Framed from Contributions of Officers of the Different Services, and Edited by a Committee of the Corps of Royal Engineers [1847-]1853
Author Great Britain. Army. Royal Engineers
Publisher J. Weale, 1850
Item notes v. 2, pt. 1