Hello, can someone take advice, why I cannot ping router interface and therefore internet from Linux?
Traceroute from Linux is useless -> no information
I have static default 0 route from FortiGate pointing to 220.127.116.11. I have policy from port 3 to port 2. And I have central SNAT from port 3 to port 2, where I translate to outgoing interface - no hit count.
When I try to diagnose, I see only echo request and no echo reply. I dont know why. Any tip?
What is working is ping from Linux to fortigate:
10.10.10.49/24 ping to 10.10.10.71/24 -> ok
10.10.10.49/24 ping to 18.104.22.168/24 -> ok - policy take that traffic, I have some bytes
10.10.10.49 ping to 22.214.171.124 -> not ok - policy doesn't work, No more bytes
10.10.10.49 ping to 126.96.36.199 -> not ok
Also ping from Fortigate to internet 188.8.131.52 is working
FortiGate ping to 184.108.40.206 -> ok
Please help and bear with me. I am a new guy in Fortinet
can you please tell me, how exactly should I type these commands. In which queue. Please bear with me, because I am new in Fortinet. I have typed commands like this. I don't know whether it is ok or don't. Please check output and let me know. Thank You
I am sorry. I have never did the debugs. Here you can find output from show system settings. The output of previous commands are repeating. I have made 3 pings. Second picture is output of these commands. I am pinging from linux device.
I gave you complete output. I am pinging from linux device. I have never did the debug on fortigate yet. I am like a fortinet virgin :D. So please check output of commands what have you typed and let me know if something missing.
can you please tell me, why is my output so short? Why it doesn't display policies, NAT translation? I have configured policies and NAT. It looks like it shows only static route. I dont understand why I dont see other things. What should I do to configure it right way? Thank You. I will send other outputs if you want and tell me what output you need.
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