Hello all, I'll be brief - our employee wifi has intra-SSID blocking
enabled so that devices cannot speak directly to one another. This
interferes with our Chromecast though; it can't connect to a device
because of this setting. We don't want to turn...
A (local) good morning to all! At our company, we have an SMB share that
our employees use to share files and such. Long story short, on our LAN,
the download and upload speeds to our share are fabulous.. on our WiFi,
the speeds are absolutely atroci...
So, I'm an IT guy at our company and we have a computer running Windows
10 Pro that we use for Remote Desktop Purposes. A few days ago I
installed a wireless adapter on it so that we can bypass some of the
restrictions on our LAN. I took the wireless...
~~ SOLVED ~~ Fact:Intra-SSID exceptions cannot happen, being as they
happen at the L2 level and any IPv4 policy will be overriden by this.
Workaround:Link to the respective KB article below, but we had to enable
the following settings in CLI. config ...
RyukoProp wrote:Discord is a professional messaging app that is clean
and swift that I use daily during work and I need it very much. I am
tired of your filter blocking it. Hi Ryuko, Are you a fortigate admin?
You can easily either add a URL exceptio...
The person can connect with IPSec, but just has no internet? If you
haven't done so, you might have to add an IPv4 rule allowing traffic
from the IPSec interface out to the internet. Is he using FortiClient to
connect to your fortigate?
Solution - Computer name was previously used by another computer on the
network, and was cached on the fortigate. Changing the name of the
computer to something else allowed it out on the internet - you can
change this after about a week if you desir...
Manuel Gonzalez wrote:[style="background-color: #ffffff;"]It does, but
only for the WAN interface. I will try to upgrade the firmware to see if
it lets me do them on LAN as well (I see screens of this same interface
that do both WAN/LAN. I will see i...
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