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:
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.
Had someone a chance to test authentication based on LDAP, which stopped working after 5.6.4 and 6.x.x
releases; but works fine in 5.6.3?
According to other threads in this forum, it is a confirmed bug and should be resolved in 5.6.8 but 6.0.x ?
The LDAP(S) authentication on our 1200D HA did not work on any 6.0.x releases so far.
(It does not work as we have a high number of groups user accounts are member of and probably it also dependts on how deep the nested group structure is)
- Had a chrome popup requesting access to webcam while moving around admin (device inventory) - not reproduced since.
- Massive amount of admin logging session from 127.0.0.1, only noticed when tried to log in after 20 hours and had warning maximum number of admin sessions (100) reached, checked the system log and attempt to open sessions from 127.0.0.1 about one per 30 sec / 1 minute.
Obviously really worried about firmware contains malware, opened ticker with Fortinet.
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