Looking for advice on how to open ports that a service says will require
a large number of addresses on, say, port 51000. Please tell me if I'm
doing this correctly: In a new policy, I'm creating Address entries for
each IP or IP range (attached to D...
I am trying to poke a hole to allow Spotify. I managed to set two
services in a new policy, which was successful:
TCP/UDP/SCTP220.127.116.11-18.104.22.168TCP 4070 In the policy's
Destination field, do I need t...
Well, the great news is that this all seems to work, from my testing,
the way I've got it configured at the moment. It took 3 outbound
policies and 1 inbound to cover it all, but so far I'm transferring
files. Thanks again.
poundy wrote:What the ISDB gives is a pre-defined set of IP addresses
that are managed and are updated as AWS change their infrastructure.What
@Localhost showed above was that the example media shuttle service IP
address was also a part of the AWS IS...
Yes, I could probably just turn on Amazon AWS and Azure as an ISDB item
and that would take care of it, which I may do. Thank you again. One
mystery remains:localhost wrote:If I understand the manual correctly
you'd need to allow following ports into...
Okay, so far I have done the following (These domains are for the
Signiant App, not the longer list, which was for the server side, which
you quoted above): Then I made an address group of the five, and created
this policy: Since these domains were n...
localhost wrote:Hi You can use Internet Service Database entries as your
destination in policies:This includes all IP's and Ports used by
Amazon-AWS and is updated automatically (requires FortiCare license).
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