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pravbpl
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Regarding Dual ISP configuration using Fallback option

Hi All I am using a Fortinet 40 C firewall option. I have configured the two ISPs on wan1 and wan2 with distance 10 and 15 .But if one fails it is not able to switch to the other ISP. I am looking for ECMP options in the Web Interface of 40 C firewalls to configure the ping servers but i could not find it. Please let me know the way in which I can configure the ECMP option so as the fallback option start working. Regards
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Carl_Wallmark
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Hi, and welcome. On the 40C, many things are in the CLI only. For dead gateway detection, I think the command is: config router gwdetect etc...

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oscarcamacho
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Try enabling the option advanced routing on System-> Config-> Features What it does is to add to the GUI the router tab, that' s where the ping server is configured, on v5.2 it' s now called Link Health Monitor and it' s under Router-> Static-> Settings
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