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RobertReynolds
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FAZ 5.6.1 is out.

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Hosemacht

Hi tanr,

 

we got fortios 5.4.7, 5.2.13 and fortimail 5.4.3

no issues so far, exept the syslog thing but this was introduced with 5.6.0

and maybe get patched with 5.6.2 like the support told me.

 

Regards

sudo apt-get-rekt

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chall_FTNT

If your FAZ VM is on ESXi, you need to remap the interfaces for that VM.  This change occurs when upgrading to FAZ 5.6.x from FAZ 5.4.x (or earlier).  For more details, see the release notes.

Chris Hall
Fortinet Technical Support

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gdoornenbal

Yes, that is the problem indeed.  But before the upgrade the port mappings were correct (Port1 -> Interface 1). After the upgrade it is now Port1 ->Interface 4.

So i'm not too happy about that.

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Ray
New Contributor III

We ran into the same network problem as gdoornenbal.

We used to have port1 mapping to "Network Adapter1" on 5.4.4. We lost the network connection after upgrade to 5.6.1.

We had to go to VMware to disable "Network Adapter1" and enable ""Network Adapter4"

This is the opposite of the description on page 10 of https://docs.fortinet.com...r-v5.6.1-release-notes

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fred
New Contributor II

Just did an upgrade, and when the system came up most of my devices were red/down. Ping from both sides were ok. Testing the connection under log settings did not help. I figured I would give the FortiAnalyzer a reboot, and after that all was back to normal.. just as a tip for anyone wanting to upgrade..

jyang_FTNT

Hi Fred,

 

When you see the upgrade issue, could you please let me know the upgrade path? Thanks.

Ray
New Contributor III

We ran into the same network problem as gdoornenbal.

We used to have port1 mapping to "Network Adapter1" on 5.4.4. We lost the network connection after upgrade to 5.6.1.

We had to go to VMware to disable "Network Adapter1" and enable ""Network Adapter4"

This is the opposite of the description on page 10 of https://docs.fortinet.com...r-v5.6.1-release-notes

Baptiste
Contributor II

Ray wrote:

We ran into the same network problem as gdoornenbal.

We used to have port1 mapping to "Network Adapter1" on 5.4.4. We lost the network connection after upgrade to 5.6.1.

We had to go to VMware to disable "Network Adapter1" and enable ""Network Adapter4"

This is the opposite of the description on page 10 of https://docs.fortinet.com...r-v5.6.1-release-notes

Thanks, same issue for me too (upgrade from 5.4.3).

2 FGT 100D  + FTK200

3 FGT 60E  FAZ VM  some FAP 210B/221C/223C/321C/421E

2 FGT 100D + FTK200 3 FGT 60E FAZ VM some FAP 210B/221C/223C/321C/421E
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