My use-case is to allow SNMP Manager access to Fortigate's SNMP Agent, but the question is more general.
System interface's trust-ip-1 (if "dedicated-to" is 'management'), system admin's trusthost1 and firewall local-in-policy are supposed to control administrative access.
From experience, system admin's trusthost1 overrides system interface's trust-ip-1. However, I don't understand priority of system interface's trust-ip-1 versus firewall local-in-policy.
If all of system interface's trust-ip-X excludes certain IP but firewall local-in-policy does allow traffic from such, who wins?
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