I have a Fortigate 50E and was wondering if it was possible to relay inbound traffic to a different external location.
Long story short, we were recently acquired by a different company and they want us to relay our traffic to them until they can complete the takeover of our IP block. They want to put in a relay server to do this, but we're struggling to get it working and I was hoping maybe I could just do it at the gateway instead.
Behind my Fortigate, I have several devices that are targets of some port forwarding rules. This new company has their own devices that they would like to use to process the traffic that's currently coming into me. Normally, they would put in a relay server that I would set as the new target for the port forwarding rules, and it would take the data and send it back to their IP. I was hoping I could do the same thing on my 50E, in lieu of their relay server. Think port forwarding but sending it to an external IP rather than an internal one.
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