I can not ping google from my private interface but in can ping google with my public interface. I used the terraform code that offers fortinet for the deployment of it on gcp: https://github.com/fortinet/fortigate-terraform-deploy/tree/main/gcp/7.0/ha
this is the representation of the network I’m trying to get :
My firewall rules for the private vpc :
My gateway :
My Nat :
My network policy gcp connector :
I use a debian 9 for my private network :
log I get during tests :
I can' ping my debian with my fortinet :
If you have any idea what it can be. I am interested.
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As per your description you are not able to ping 18.104.22.168 from your private NW but from FGT it is working fine.
Please run the following cmd:-diag sniff packet any 'host 22.214.171.124 and icmp' 4diag sys arp | grep 172.16.1.7get router info routing-table all
Please share me the output
Hello Salon Raj Joshi, thank you for your help.
Not exactly, I happen to ping google only from my Wan interface. If I on my Lan interface, I don’t ping.
Here are the screenshot you asked for. If you want further information I am at your disposal. Thank you again for your help
As per the output I could see that there is no arp for the source PC connected on port 2Check whether you can ping teh GW(port2 IP) from the PC.Take a policy lookup whether the policy which you have configured is matchingPlease find the link for your reference:-https://docs.fortinet.com/document/fortimanager/6.2.0/new-features/184224/policy-and-route-lookup#:~....
Hello Salon Raj Joshi,
Thank you for your answer I set up a policy route rule but it didn’t change anything.
I performed: diag sniff packet any 'host 126.96.36.199 and icmp' 4
and I have no answer back.
I don’t know why my firewall can’t ping google via the private interface.
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