I am using the new firmware version (6.0.3) and I got one issue using static route. If you already have any route to a specific GW and you try to add a new one to the same specific GW, the Fortigate shows the follow message.
"Gateway IP and interface conflict with Static Route #"
How to fix it?
Save your route using another GW IP. After that, right-click on the Route you want to change and click ">_Edit in CLI".
Run the command "set gateway 10.1.3.5", then type "end" and close the CLI Console.
Refresh your browser and you will see the result.
@Fortigate team, please provide an update to fix it up.
@rtegani, @bommi: could one of you please open a support ticket so that FTNT gets aware of the problem? I don't think they regularily scan the forums to pick up bug reports. The ticket process will establish a bug and that will get fixed eventually, it's a proven process.
Thank you for making us aware of this in the meantime.
I just came across the same issue when testing an Azure VM on 6.0.3. A bit of a head scratcher until I found this post confirming the same. Works on CLI however.
The documentation seems to have the wrong CLI commands for FortiOS 6 however.
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