We recently upgraded our FortiManager-VM from 7.0.8 to 7.2.4 and have
discovered the Meta Field we've been using to "plug" values per device
into CLI templates are not supported any more and have to migrate all
those per-device mappings from Device M...
I couldn't find any article clearly saying either "not possible" or "how
to do it" online so far. But most of our FortiToken Mobile users who
tried migrating from an old phone to a new phone told me a migration
didn't work. So we always reactivate a ...
Looking for how many revisions of backup config files each FortiSwitch
can hold. I'm assuming it depends on the model/flash mem size. If
someone knows where the maximum value doc exists for FSWs, like
FortiGate. Please let me know. Also wondering how...
We currently run v6.4.10 for our FMG-VM and manage bigger customer's
FortiGates(FGTs) totalling about 600 (soon to be 800+).And one of them
needs one VIP group (two VIPs) at all 500+ locations. We use policy
packages for this customer to standardize ...
I can't easily find this part of FGT-Managed FSW operation in the guid
books or somewhere else. So I decided to post this. I was trying to
figure out how to duplicate Cisco CBS switch's default QoS behaviors
with FSWs and looked like I messed up conf...
No. With all FGTs, all physical and parent interfaces are NOT tagged and
no association to any VLANs configured in the unit. And VLAN ID 1 is
reserved. See below
Based on your description, I assume you're looking for a way to access
the secondary unit's MGMT port directly via GUI. And further assume you
want to do this via GUI as well. First check how you configured HA at
the primary (it probably reflects how...
Does "lan" hard-switch still exist? Maybe only "lan3" is in the member
now. Then you just need to put those back in the "lan" hard-switch as
members (you must have removed them). But to be able to do that you have
to remove/delete all those VLANs you...
Why not? By default port1-port3(lan1-lan3) on an 30E are members of
"lan" hard-switch interface. When you create those three VLANs on "lan"
interface, those are automatically on both ports, which are connected to
two different switches. Toshi
It's too late already once it's broken. But next time you might want to
consider scripts (three of them) to do the three steps: create new
objects copied from the old ones, rename references, remove old objects.
This way, you just need to edit/create...
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