Hi, We have a few FortiExtenders with multiple SIM's. Have so far not
found any good way of controlling which SIM that should be used. Is
there no way we can simply disable slot 1 when we want to use the SIM in
slot 2 - and vice versa? I know about t...
Hi there, We are struggling with a high amount of outgoing sessions on
one of our sites. Have discovered that ending all sessions by filtering
them in fortiview sessions - and ending all sessions more or less fixes
our problem. We are actively blocki...
Hi there! We have some "session issues" at one of our locations. Our ISP
informs us that we are generating a high amount of sessions from our
FortiGate, so high that their modem is not able to keep up and
effectively more or less kills off the intern...
Hi there! We have two+ new FortiSwitches that we want to connect to and
manage via our FortiGate. Using FortiLink on one of the SPF+ interfaces,
one of the switches appears. Using one of the RJ45 ports on the
FortiLink interface, the second switch is...
Hi, This is basically what I already have done, just with the IP ranges
showing under the session list. And it's working great. So far after I
implemented the IP blocking policy all iCloud sessions are gone. config
firewall address edit "icloud1" set...
Hi, I have not done any packet captures as I have already blocked all
session based on the IP addresses with the iCloud destination. Just what
would I be looking for if I disable the block-policy and do a packet
capture? The logs are effectively bloc...
Hi, Yes, I know that I can clear sessions in cli, but I cannot see how I
can clear sessions based on "application" as I can in the gui. The only
way I can see would then be to isolate all IP address from GUI and use
them in my filter. Not an optimal ...
@Sam_FTNT wrote:The simplest way to end the sessions you see is to
shift-select them all and then click End Session - End All Sessions will
terminate all sessions regardless of the list (or so it seems). Yes, I
agree with that and this is what I expl...
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