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Hosemacht
Contributor II

FortiOS 6.0.4 is out!

lots of bugfixes

 

https://docs.fortinet.com...release-notes/download

sudo apt-get-rekt

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SMabille

You can get a FAZ license for $1 on AWS for 500Gb and up to 2 "home" Fortigate/VDOM (up to Fortigate 90 and VM-01), still have to pay for AWS usage, I'm at around $25 a month.

(https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B06Y1K63ZH?qid=1548667167351&sr=0-1&ref_=srh_res_product_title...)

 

dfollis wrote:

I have a home setup of the following:

 

FWF-60E v6.0.4 build0231 (6.0.4)

FSW-108D-POE v3.6.9-build0426 (this model does not support v6)

FortiAP FP221C v6.0-build0027 (just upgraded to build0030, 6.0.4)

 

Fairly simple setup for home using these devices.  I've experienced random outages after ~24 hours after upgrading from 6.0.3 to 6.0.4.  Symptom is Wifi will be down and hard wire connection to FWF-60E will not respond without a hard power reset.

 

I first tried to update my FSW from 3.6.8 to .9 but crash occurred again.  This AM after another hard reset was needed, I noticed that 6.0.4 for FP221C was released on 1/25 so I have just updated that.  As this is a home setup, I'm not paying for FAZ  (considering we spend thousands of dollars on FTNT gear at work sure would be nice for free FAZ with low daily limit for home use/testing, just saying :-)).

 

I do have a synology though so I'm going to enable SYSLOG and dump to that to see if I can get better system events.  When I check events logged to FortiCloud I don't see anything odd.  Running "diag debug crashlog read" shows the following:

 

1: 2019-01-26 22:27:10 scanunit=manager pid=152 str="AV database changed; restarting workers" 2: 2019-01-26 22:27:12 <00152> scanunit=manager str="Success loading anti-virus database." 3: 2019-01-26 22:37:10 scanunit=manager pid=152 str="AV database changed; restarting workers" 4: 2019-01-26 22:37:12 <00152> scanunit=manager str="Success loading anti-virus database." 5: 2019-01-26 22:40:14 the killed daemon is /bin/pyfcgid: status=0x0 6: 2019-01-26 22:59:10 scanunit=manager pid=152 str="AV database changed; restarting workers" 7: 2019-01-26 22:59:12 <00152> scanunit=manager str="Success loading anti-virus database."

8: 2019-01-27 12:33:03 <00152> scanunit=manager str="Success loading anti-virus database."

 

It is interesting that that last event logged is an AV update until I reset it 12 hours later, see events 7 and 8 above.

 

Not sure if anyone else is seeing stability issues like this.  It is possible I have an odd config that is causing an issue as I have a few VLANs that are trunked over my FSW, but nothing unconventional that I'm aware of.  Will update post if I see another crash.

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leonardo_ortiz

Hello.

 

How we will use Citrix and Port Forwarding if all browser that support java is not supported by FortiOS now?

Internet explorer dont open nothing in WEB SSL VPN.

thuya
New Contributor

we have Fortigate 600D with firmware 5.4.2. we can directly upgrade to 6.0.4

James_G
Contributor III

I have LDAP working for an explicit proxy on 6.0.4

 

But as you mention, could be a site specific issue for you

Jeroen_Nieuwenbroek
New Contributor II

I got a lot of complaints about slower computers (response time between switching programs, opening websites)  since 6.0.4 was installed.

We use Windows 7 Proffesional and and use forticlient in combination with EMS

Every time when one of my colleages submits a helpdesk request i quickly login to the computer to look what is causing the slowdown of the computer. What i noticed is that fmon.exe generates a lot of hard faults. I disabled the vulnerability scan, planned scans, heuristics, and VPN with almost no effect. I even disabled searchindexer because while it was indexing the harddisk fmon was creating hard faults too.

 

Still my colleages notice sometimes delays.

 

We don't have this problems with our terminal servers Windows 2008R2 running with 6.0.4

 

JN

mracpa

Just upgraded from 6.0.3 to 6.0.4 last night.  No issues noted yet.  The GUI seems to have been tweaked for better visibility.  Improved font size maybe?  Pages also load MUCH faster than in 6.0.3.

ricardoduarte

After 6.0.4, my 200E no longer updates from Fortiguard or manually.

It gives an error all the time.

Downgraded to 5.6.7 and it works.

goroga
New Contributor

One issue in this version:

On FortiGate 101E "Log & reports > Forward Traffic" filters are ineffective. 

PeterK
New Contributor

Anyone else notice that sequence numbers have disappeared.  We have hundreds of policies on some of our interfaces.  This makes it difficult to know if one policy is above another without slowly scrolling through every policy.  Not sure if this has been removed deliberately.

tgold
New Contributor II

Does anyone know when Forticloud will support 6.0.4 for management? It currently won't allow me to enable management.

seadave
Contributor III

I have a home setup of the following:

 

FWF-60E v6.0.4 build0231 (6.0.4)

FSW-108D-POE v3.6.9-build0426 (this model does not support v6)

FortiAP FP221C v6.0-build0027 (just upgraded to build0030, 6.0.4)

 

Fairly simple setup for home using these devices.  I've experienced random outages after ~24 hours after upgrading from 6.0.3 to 6.0.4.  Symptom is Wifi will be down and hard wire connection to FWF-60E will not respond without a hard power reset.

 

I first tried to update my FSW from 3.6.8 to .9 but crash occurred again.  This AM after another hard reset was needed, I noticed that 6.0.4 for FP221C was released on 1/25 so I have just updated that.  As this is a home setup, I'm not paying for FAZ  (considering we spend thousands of dollars on FTNT gear at work sure would be nice for free FAZ with low daily limit for home use/testing, just saying :-)).

 

I do have a synology though so I'm going to enable SYSLOG and dump to that to see if I can get better system events.  When I check events logged to FortiCloud I don't see anything odd.  Running "diag debug crashlog read" shows the following:

 

1: 2019-01-26 22:27:10 scanunit=manager pid=152 str="AV database changed; restarting workers" 2: 2019-01-26 22:27:12 <00152> scanunit=manager str="Success loading anti-virus database." 3: 2019-01-26 22:37:10 scanunit=manager pid=152 str="AV database changed; restarting workers" 4: 2019-01-26 22:37:12 <00152> scanunit=manager str="Success loading anti-virus database." 5: 2019-01-26 22:40:14 the killed daemon is /bin/pyfcgid: status=0x0 6: 2019-01-26 22:59:10 scanunit=manager pid=152 str="AV database changed; restarting workers" 7: 2019-01-26 22:59:12 <00152> scanunit=manager str="Success loading anti-virus database."

8: 2019-01-27 12:33:03 <00152> scanunit=manager str="Success loading anti-virus database."

 

It is interesting that that last event logged is an AV update until I reset it 12 hours later, see events 7 and 8 above.

 

Not sure if anyone else is seeing stability issues like this.  It is possible I have an odd config that is causing an issue as I have a few VLANs that are trunked over my FSW, but nothing unconventional that I'm aware of.  Will update post if I see another crash.