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Taha1
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A duplicate entry already exists VIP

Hello EvryOne

 

We are using FortiGate201F v6.4.11

We have an internal web based application and I want my users to be able to connect to that application from outside our network.

So I wanted to NAT between our public IP and private IP

So am getting the below error:

 

A duplicate entry already exists.

The extip is overlapped with the gateway of static route.

 

So I searched the firewall I found that the same Public IP is defined as Gateway Address .

 

am not sure what that’s mean ?

Would any one kindly help.

 

Thanks.

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Toshi_Esumi
Esteemed Contributor III

That generally means the static route was misconfigured whoever configured it. You need to judge if you can/should remove it based on the destination subnet.

 

Toshi

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wcs
New Contributor

the problem same with me, everything is fine before i upgrade the fortigate from  5.6.3 to v7.0.12,

can you share with me what do you do to solve this isseu

 

thanks

Toshi_Esumi
Esteemed Contributor III

As I said two years ago, if you "found that the same Public IP is defined as Gateway Address", "That generally means the static route was misconfigured whoever configured it. You need to judge if you can/should remove it based on the destination subnet."

 

Toshi

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