Help with getting VDOM-NAT and VDOM-Transparent to share same WAN port?
Hello all, sorry for the post. I have been looking into it for a couple of days and I need a solution ASAP. A client of mine had a firewall onsite that gave out. The device is non functional so I couldn't pull the config settings. I have used Fortigates at several other clients and replaced it with this, but I am having some issues.
Their ISP provides them 4 static public IP addresses on a single DSL line, and at the moment only 2 are being used.
DSL goes into Frontier Modem (Bridged mode) to the WAN 1 of the fortigate.
Public IP: 126.96.36.199-4
WAN1 on fortigate:
I need Lan ports 1,2,3 and 5 to go to the Network Devices (Computers etc.) and Lan port 4 to go to a 3rd party Firewall's Wan1 port.
I have set up a VDOM-Root(NAT) and VDOM-3rdParty(Transparent)
I have also set up a vlink from root to 3rdparty using no IP addresses. (0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0)
Interfaces on VDOM-Root: Wan1, lan 1, 2, 3 ,4, 5, vlink 0
Interfaces on VDOM-3rd Party: lan 4, vlink1
Third party WAN 1: 188.8.131.52
VDOM-Root is functioning properly.
VDOM-3rd Party is not communicating out.
I know I am either missing something or confused how VDOMs are supposed to work. Please let me know if yall can be of any assistance
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