Description This article describes how to use logging in VoIP profiles
to monitor traffic and/or troubleshoot VoIP SIP/SCCP related issues.
Scope FortiOS. Solution FortiOS does provide solid logging capabilities.
That logging needs to be set on respe...
DescriptionThis article describes how to run FSSO in dual (or multi) NIC
environment.Quite often we see issues in FSSO caused by simultaneous use
of wired and Wi-Fi connections, especially with docking stations and
notebooks. Not that often in dual-N...
Description This article describes how FortiToken Push feature works
with FortiAuthenticator and Apple/Android based devices, the
configuration requirements and the workflow on FortiAuthenticator when a
user authenticates.Useful links:FortiAuthentica...
Description This article describes how to modify the LDAP Nested group
settings. In order to authenticate user via LDAP while the user is not a
direct member of the group, but member of nested group, set FortiGate in
the way it will be able to check ...
Description This article gives the list of valid RADIUS VSA Dictionary
(vendor-specific attributes) of Fortinet devices. Refer to the Related
Articles for FortiGate Radius VSA Dictionary (vendor-specific
attributes). Scope # -*- text
Thanks crpb, but if you have large user base directly on FGT, while your
company uses AD/LDAP or any RADIUS capable IAM (Identity and Access
Management) tool. Then you are probably doing it terribly ineffectively.
And might be better to have users au...
TBH if you are admin of large FGT deployment and you are ...- not using
FortiTokens, then if you have all users defined locally on FGT and not
connected FGT to some user management like AD/LDAP, then you probably do
so in terribly ineffective way! Us...
Hi,hard to guess without seeing actual OpenLDAP objects.Plus your fist
screenshot shows 4 records but by "ou=" I just guess that those might
not be actually group (objectClass=posixGroup), or user
(objectClass=posixAccount), types of objects but OU (...
Not completely sure what do you see and where. A picture , or actual
error/warning message, will help. If I have a look to policies, then I
can see them in Policy&Objects with switch on top right to change
between interface pair view and all policies...
Hi malcolmglobo, it's probably because it is used as part of something
else, Virtual Wire Pair, Aggregate, SD-WAN.. Aren't there any collapsed
parts/interface listings in GUI / Network / Interfaces ? How about to
use FortiOS CLI to find it, via confi...