Fortinet Forum
The Forums are a place to find answers on a range of Fortinet products from peers and product experts.
Maik
New Contributor

Fortinet CPU and Memory

This post is not maintained anymore. Post your updates to this thread and rwpatterson will update his list: https://forum.fortinet.com/FindPost/100451 Building a Hardware CPU/Memory list. Disclaimer: This is a user contributed list. No liability assumed for accuracy and completeness. Fortigate: Model | Memory | CPU (Family, Mode) FGT 20C | ????? FGT 40C | 512MB ?Mhz | 1 FA526id(wb) rev 1 (v4l) FortiSOC FGT 50B | 256MB ?Mhz | 1 Geode Integrated Processor by AMD PCS @431Mhz (5,10) FGT 60 | 128 MB| CentaurHauls VIA Samuel 2 400Mhz FWF 60A | 128MB ?MHz | 1 CPU - CentaurHauls VIA Samuel 2 @ 400MHz (6,7) FWF 60B | 256MB ?MHz | 1 CPU - VIA Samuel 2 @ 400MHz (6,7) FGT 60C | 440 MB | FortiSOC (FA526id(wb) rev 1 (v4l), BogoMIPS: 524.28) FWF 60C | 440 MB | FortiSOC (FA526id(wb) rev 1 (v4l), BogoMIPS: 524.28) FGT 80C | 512MB ?Mhz | 1 CPU - Celeron (Covington) @ 600MHz (6,5) FGT 80C Rev2| 1024MB ?Mhz | ? CPU | 8GB Flash for logging etc. FWF 80CM | 512MB ?Mhz | 1 CPU - Celeron (Covington) @ 600MHz (6,5) FGT82C | 512MB ?Mhz | 1 CPU - Genuine Intel processor @ 600MHz | (the difference of 80C are the internal storage of 1TB) FGT 100A | 256MB ?Mhz | Intel(R) Celeron(TM) CPU 400MHz FGT 110C | 1024MB 400MHz | 1 CPU - Intel(R) Celeron(R) M processor 600MHz FGT 100D | 2048 MB 1.8GHz | 1 CPU Intel Atom D525@1.80GHz (6,12) FGT 200A | 512MB ?Mhz | 1 CPU - Intel Celeron @ 400MHz FGT 200B | 1024MB ?MHz | 1 CPU - Celeron Covington@ 1.2GHz (6,5) FGT 300A | 512MB ?Mhz | 1 Intel Celeron CPU @2.00GHz (15,2) FGT 310B | 1024MB 667MHz | 1 CPU - Celeron 440 @ 2.0GHz (6,6) FGT 311B | 1024MB 667MHz | 1 CPU - Celeron 440 @ 2.0GHz (6,6) | (the difference of 310B are the internal storage and redundant power) FGT 300C |??????? FGT 400A | 512MB ?Mhz | 1 CPU - Intel Pentium 4 @ 2.80GHz FGT 600C |???????? FGT 620B | 2048MB ?Mhz | 2x Intel Core 2 Due E4300 @ 1.80Ghz FGT 800 | 1024MB ?Mhz | Mobile Genuine Intel(R) processor 1600MHz (6,9) FGT 800C | 8192MB | 4 - Intel(R) Core(TM) i5 CPU 750 @ 2.67GHz FGT1000A | 1024MB 400Mhz | 2 CPU - Intel Xeon 3.2GHz (15,4) FGT1000AFA2| 1024MB 400Mhz | 2 CPU - Intel Xeon @ 3.2GHz | (the difference of 1000A are FA2 network processor and fiber interface) FGT1000C | 8192MB | 4 - Intel(R) Core(TM) i5 CPU 750 @ 2.67GHz FGT1240B | 3096MB ?Mhz | 4 CPU - Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5504 @ 2.00GHz FGT3040B | 12288MB | 8 CPU - Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5540 @ 2.53GHz FGT3140B | 12288MB 800MHz | 4 CPU - Intel Xeon CPU E5540 @ 2.00GHz (6,10) FGT3240C |?????? FGT3600 | 2048MB ?MHz | 4 CPU - Intel Xeon @ CPU 2.40GHz FGT3810A | 3532MB ?Mhz | 4 CPU - AuthenticAMD 1.8Ghz FGT3950B | 12288MB ?Mhz | ? CPU FGT3950BRev2 | 24576MB | 12 CPU - Intel (R) Xeon (R) CPU X5690 @ 3.47GHz (two 6-core CPU' s) FGT 5001 | 2048MB ?MHz | 4 CPU - Intel(R) Xeon(TM) CPU 2.00GHz FGT 5005 | 3538MB ?MHz | 4 CPU - AuthenticAMD 1.8Ghz More to follow, contributors welcome CPU# diagnose hardware sysinfo cpu Mem#diagnose hardware sysinfo memory Detailed information (Memory Speed) is available from the serial port boot menu: 2x I [ I ]: Configuration and information. [ I ]: Display hardware information. e.g. cpu family : 6 model : 6 model name : Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU 440 @ 2.00GHz memory : SDRAM 1024MB 667MHz Thanks to all supporter

2 Solutions
romanr
Valued Contributor

Fortigate 300D:

CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-3220 CPU @ 3.30GHz RAM: 8GB CP8

NP6

 

Storage:

Disk Internal-0(boot    ref:   14.9GB    type: SSD [ATA SanDisk SSD i110] dev: /dev/sda

Disk HDD             ref:  16 111.8GB    type: SSD [ATA F2CSTK251M3T-012] dev: /dev/sdb

View solution in original post

Yurisk
Valued Contributor

I set up a page with models specs from get hardware stat and plan on keeping it up to date as new models become available  https://yurisk.info/2021/03/14/Fortigate-Firewalls-Hardware-CPU-model-and-number-Memory-size-datashe... 

Note: when listing Intel CPUs, the number of CPUs actually means number of Threads, not Cores. 

 

Yuri
https://yurisk.info/ blog: All things Fortinet, no ads.


All opinions are mine only.

View solution in original post

107 REPLIES 107
fernando182

Hello, Someone has the specifications of the 400D? Thank you.

ede_pfau
Esteemed Contributor III

@fernando182: 400D should be identical to 500D (see above post) but without internal SSD.

See http://fortinet.de/products/fortigate/enterprise-firewalls.html#FortiGate-300-500-Series , "Product ...


Ede

"Kernel panic: Aiee, killing interrupt handler!"
romanr
Valued Contributor

Hi,

 

400D has the same CPU and Memory as the 300D and just more ports and no disk!

 

Br,Roman

HA
Contributor

Hi,

 

Any chance to get the spec of 400E ??

 

Regards,

 

HA

stoicism
New Contributor

Hi,

 

Would anyone have the 40F specs also?

 

Thanks

stoicism

Got this from another community member thanks :-

40F: Model name: FortiGate-40F ASIC version: SOC4 CPU: ARMv8 Number of CPUs: 4 RAM: 1820 MB EMMC: 3662 MB(MLC) /dev/mmcblk0 Hard disk: not available USB Flash: not available Network Card chipset: FortiASIC NP6XLITE Adapter (rev.)   60F: Model name: FortiGate-60F ASIC version: SOC4 CPU: ARMv8 Number of CPUs: 8 RAM: 1919 MB EMMC: 3662 MB(MLC) /dev/mmcblk0 Hard disk: not available USB Flash: not available Network Card chipset: FortiASIC NP6XLITE Adapter (rev.)

caohieu089

 

FortiGate-200D : # get hardware status

Model name: FortiGate-200D

ASIC version: CP8

ASIC SRAM: 64M

CPU: Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU G540 @ 2.50GHz

Number of CPUs: 2

RAM: 3947 MB

Compact Flash: 15331 MB /dev/sda

Hard disk: 61057 MB /dev/sdb

USB Flash: not available

Network Card chipset: FortiASIC NP4LITE Adapter (rev.)

Network Card chipset: Intel(R) PRO/1000 Network Connection (rev.0000)

Yurisk
Valued Contributor

I set up a page with models specs from get hardware stat and plan on keeping it up to date as new models become available  https://yurisk.info/2021/03/14/Fortigate-Firewalls-Hardware-CPU-model-and-number-Memory-size-datashe... 

Note: when listing Intel CPUs, the number of CPUs actually means number of Threads, not Cores. 

 

Yuri
https://yurisk.info/ blog: All things Fortinet, no ads.


All opinions are mine only.