Hello Everyone, Posting here in Firewalls because this happened to me
once before and Fortinet Tech Support fixed it in CLI to the Fortigate.
They mentioned something about having to modify ciphers being used
between the AP and the Fortigate? I wasn'...
Hey Everyone! So I'm not sure what I'm doing or what's going on. I had
my fortigate running fine in transparent mode but I wanted to setup a
ssl vpn using port forwarding from my router so I flipped it to NAT
mode. My intention is to give the wan1 in...
I finally got it running in NAT mode. I'm not sure what I did different
this time but it's working!!! The internal interface is running at the
default 192.168.1.99 and I guess that was the trick. TBH I don't
understand how it's working, I have one st...
okay so I don't want nat, you're right. How do i build routes from lan
to route and router to lan??? What confuses me is the gateway address,
it's not supposed to be my public ip is it? It should be 192.168.0.1
right? Because I swear I've tried that ...
Yeah I think i got the static routes going. I can ping stuff from the
fortigate cli and ping my dns server @ 192.168.0.7 So if i put all my
stuff in 192.168.1.1/255.255.255.255 I have to nat it to 192.168.0.6
since thats the wan interface static ip? ...
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