hi,i'm deciding to redesign my server room and structures,unfortunately
there is no UTM in my network and i need your recommendation to choose a
model. there is a flat network without VLan (all switch are
unmanageable)i use of 12 Physical Windows Ser...
in our company we have 2 fortigate 200D (in each bulding separatly)
andi'm Manual updating themeour company is growing and we wanna use new
office.i'm thinking to use other model of Fortigate exept 200Dmy
question is, does offline update work on all ...
i'm consider get a Fortigate 200D for my customer networkand according
to they have 2 Wan Link in their Companydecide to config "WAN Link Load
Balancing Interface" now i need your advice for better configuration for
this issue specially in section "M...
i'm confusedi usually check report in System -- FortiView section these
days I noticed something,if you connect via RDP to another Client in
your LANreports recorded to the second Client , NOT YOU example :your ip
is 192.168.1.10 and connect via RDP ...
i'm using fortigate 200D in my network and want to do some rules to our
groupsI decide to make restricted Internet access to certain groups in
particular Time.does it need to be synced with our Time Zone Area?
(specially in daylight saving) and other...
ede_pfau wrote:If you are hosting a DMZ with public servers then you
have at least 2 subnets. So MikePruett's recommendations apply. Still,
LAN to DMZ traffic usually isn't going to be huge. The 60E is capable of
2.5 Gbps throughput at max and some s...
MikePruett wrote:Some questions before I can give a recommendation 1.
This location has how many subnets?2. If it has multiple subnets, are
you going to perform UTM between them? I assume, based on location size,
that you have switches already deploy...
gschmitt wrote:Do you browse the web from within the RDP session? If so,
that is correct no, scenario is :i'm doing web browsing and connect via
RDP to another Client to do somethingthen continue to browse and RDP
session is open ...
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