HiI'd like to hear suggestions and thoughts about how to proceede with
the following: A customer has a site with multi-homed internet acces
(two different ISP and public IP's). The customer want a site to site
IPSec VPN tunnel to our datacenter (we h...
Hi,I came across this CLI command; set bundle enable/disable.Can anyone
explain to be what this does? Adding member-ports to a trunk interface,
and choosing the LACP mode already "bundles" physical ports to one
logical port, so what is the "bundle" c...
Hi everyone, I looking for experience on this topic. I'd like to move
the configuration from a Port1 (hardware switch) to a aggregated
link.How is this done easiest? For that I can see, I have to remove the
IP from the HW-switch, and re-configure it ...
Hello, I'm new to FortiManager.I'm setting up a new Fortimanager VM for
a customer. The Manager VM is running OS 5.6I've imported the FortiGate
200E to the Manager, and can successfully push policies from the manager
to the FortiGate. However I don't...
Hello,I'm building a test environment to try out the FSSO feature.My
current setup is a following:One FortiGate 30EOne Windows 2016 AD DCOne
Windows 2016 TS I've set up the LDAP, FSSO part on the Fortigate,
installed the AD agent & collector agent on...
Hi,Does your SSLVPN portal share the same port as your management access
port (default they both use 443, and the management interface has
precedence of the port use).Do you try and access the SSLVPN portal by
IP or DNS-record address? /Jonas
I have a similar issue.My setup contains 2 FortiSwitch 248D, managed via
2 FortiGate100Es. The two FortiSwitches are configures connected with a
MCLAG-ICL link. I'm trying to connect my two FortiSwitches with my
Cisco2960X (stacked as one logical swi...
Sound like a way to go, Toshi. Is it something you have experience with?
In my case, the Fortigate is in a HA A-P cluster. I guess I'll have to
break the cluster beforhand, to avoid synchronisation of the old config
from the slave, when it becomes ma...
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